A ‘Come & Try Day’ for dragon boat enthusiasts will be held at Lake Ainsworth on Sunday January 17 at 9am.
A ‘Come & Try Day’ for dragon boat enthusiasts will be held at Lake Ainsworth on Sunday January 17 at 9am. Larissa Nicholson

Do dragons float your boat?

THE Rainbow Region Dragon Boat Club has recently been formed as a result of the restructuring of the Rainbow Dragons Abreast, which for the past five years has been a dragon boating club for breast cancer survivors and their supporters, operating out of Lake Ainsworth in Lennox Head.

Due to a growing interest in the sport and changes in the national governing bodies, the new Rainbow Region Dragon Boat Club has now been formed and is open to men and women of all ages (18+) and levels of fitness who would like to experience the fun and camaraderie of dragon boating.

Breast cancer survivors are still especially encouraged to come along and get involved in the Rainbow Dragons Abreast component of our new club – while the membership requirements of the club have changed, the Dragons Abreast group within the club will continue.

A ‘Come & Try Day’ will be held at Lake Ainsworth on Sunday January 17 at 9am.

Phone either Veda Dorrough (6624 5481 / 0428-223275) or Juliette Sizer (6624 7073 / 0421-550335) for more information.



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