NSLHD News October 28

CE Deb Willcox (centre) with Steptember winners

Northern Sydney steps up As the dust settles on another Steptember campaign, Northern Sydney has emerged victorious in the battle of the districts. The district also claimed fourth highest fundraising organsiation nationwide raising a total of $68,162.43, behind Goodman, Telstra and Chatswood Toyota.

Top Fundraising Teams 1st Kai’s The Limit | $12,665 2nd Lollylegs | $2,379 3rd Walk in the Park | $2,319

Steptember achievements

Total funds raised $68,162.43

Top Fundraising Individuals

more than 220 million steps

1st Talei Lewis | $9,539 2nd Celia Miller | $2,174 3rd Sally Lewis | $1,580

Top steppers

Since 2016, the district has raised $206,075

team: Stayin’ Alive |1,235,199 steps Individual: Susan Field|1,309,949 steps

Since 2016, the district has raised $206,075.

Ryde staff at Granny Smith Festival The team is still buzzing from the success of last weekend’s Granny Smith Festival. Thank you to everyone who stopped by the Ryde Hospital stall. More than 500 people stopped by the Ryde Hospial stall for a free blood pressure check. The team also held hand hygiene demonstrations. A huge thank you to all our staff who volunteered on the day. Did you know the annual Granny Smith Festival celebrates the life and legacy of one of our district’s most famous citizens, Maria Ann Smith - aka Granny Smith - who, back in 1868, ‘accidentally’ grew the first batch of little green apples that bear her name and are now grown all over the world.


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