Danielle Sheaffe
Danielle Sheaffe

Danielle is set to strut her stuff

DANIELLE Sheaffe will represent City of Lismore Lions Club at the Lions Medical Research Personality Quest grand final next weekend.

At last month's preliminary final, the 22-year-old won the Miss Personality title along with Georgina McKenzie from the Brunswick-Mullumbimby Club.

Both will contest the grand final next weekend alongside four other finalists from Queensland clubs.

All funds raised during the quest go to Lions Medical Research Foundation, which is committed to raising funds for medical researchers to undertake studies.

Over the last few months, Danielle has been busy fundraising through movie nights, car rallies, barbecues, and ten-pin bowling events.

“I'm not in it to win it; I'm doing this for medical research and to help make a difference,” she said.

“I'm so grateful for the opportunity I've been given to raise vital funds for such a worthy cause.

“Not only have I had successful fundraising events but I've also made many great friends along the way.

“I thank everyone who has made this possible especially the business people and local community members who attended my events.”

Club president Rod Johnston said this was the first time the club has had an entrant go to state level.

“We're so pleased and honoured to have Danielle represent us,” Mr Johnston said.

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