Epic swim planned for South

PREPARATIONS continue for Gympie South Primary School's 24-hour swimathon next month.

Organised by physical education teacher Sherene Moy, the swimathon will raise funds for the Gympie South Talent ID Program.

The Talent ID Program helps Gympie South sport stars achieve their potential.

But Moy, having returned to work from a dislocated knee, is stepping up to take part in the event to help James Nash State High School wheelchair basketballer Steven Elliott on his latest sporting endeavour.

Elliott benefited from the Talent ID Program during his primary school years, and Moy sees an opportunity to lend a hand.

To make it possible, Moy is asking businesses and individuals for sponsorship.

Contact Gympie South on 5483 0444 or Sherene Moy on 0419 681 679.

Gympie Times


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