Asbestos Diseases Society Golf day’s vital cause

Dave Hall with Meadow Springs Golf Course staff member Kyle MacKenzie.
Dave Hall with Meadow Springs Golf Course staff member Kyle MacKenzie.

ASBESTOS Diseases Society of Australia will once again hold their annual golf day at the Meadow Springs Golf Course.

ADSA Vice President Dave Hall is encouraging people to get a team together for the day on February 14, 2016.

“The day is full of fun and laughs and if you can get a hole in one you get to drive away in a new Nissan Navara NP300 ST valued at $50,000, kindly donated by Slater and Gordon Mandurah in conjunction with Rex Walker from Mandurah Nissan,” he said.

“I think it is pertinent that it is held in Mandurah. We now know that there are still so many old asbestos roofs in Mandurah that are releasing fibres into the air.

Mr Hall said the event is vital for helping victims of Asbestos related diseases.

“This event helps raise urgently needed money for medical research on the treatment of asbestos caused illnesses.

“For next year’s day we are calling for teams and for individuals and businesses that could help with sponsorship for the event.”

At the conclusion of the Four Ball Ambrose Fundraising Golf Day there will be a presentation of prizes to place getters, including the Perpetual Cup the winning team and Cup Trophies.