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ready to rally
WILLASTON man Blake
Smith will be teaming up with
an old high school mate this
weekend to help drive cancer
Blake and former Gawler resident
Chris Thorne will be jumping into
a rusty Peugeot 404, purchased for
a mere $500, as part of the national
fundraising event Sh*tbox Rally.
The humorously-named event
sees motorists from across the coun-
try team up to drive 3896 kilome-
tres from Perth to Darwin in seven
days to raise money for the Cancer
But there's a catch, the car must
be worth less than $1000.
Blake said the pair's over 40-year-
old vehicle had been modified for
the occasion with a new paint job
and improvements to the air fil-
tration system and stereo but the
chances of the car making it the full
distance are 50/50.
"There is 50 per cent chance of
making it to Darwin, 50 per cent
chance of breaking down some-
where in between," he said.
The 29-year-old has been in-
volved in off-road racing for more
than a decade, however this will be
his first time taking part in the char-
"Chris and I have both had people
that we know of or family members
that have been touched by cancer,
so it's nice to know that we're doing
something to make a difference," he
"(It's) to challenge ourselves also,
it's not going to be as easy as normal
racing, in terms of reliability."
The pair has spent the past year
fundraising for the event, receiv-
ing more than $5700 in dona-
tions, less than $300 shy of their
"What also happens is once we get
up to Darwin, every single vehicle
in the rally gets auctioned off to the
highest bidder and all that money
goes to charity," Mr Smith said.
The friends will be making their
way to Perth this Friday to take part
in the rally, which runs from Sunday
to June 6.
Willaston man Blake Smith (front), pictured with father John, is hoping 'it' will not hit the fan when he jumps into his
car this weekend with mate Chris Thorne to raise money for cancer.
PHOTO: Mary Ackers
Students walk to school
IMMANUEL Lutheran School students
Lucy Przibilla and Sophie Bevis (pictured
front) were among thousands across the
country taking part in National Walk
Safely to School Day last Friday.
Students had the option of walking to school
from home or parking further away from the
school and walking the distance.
Immanuel Lutheran also organised two
meeting points at Clonlea Park and Julian
Terrace, where students could meet up with
other pupils and teachers and make their way
Year 7 student James Soar was excited to see
so many students taking part on the day and
said it was an easy way to be active at the start
of each day.
Immanuel Lutheran School students Lucy
Przibilla and Sophie Bevis took part in National
Walk Safely to School Day last Friday.
PHOTO: Mary Ackers
TOP: Local performers Scott and Jake Rathman
(Brutha 'n' I) entertain the crowd at the Gawler
Aboriginal Short Film Festival as part of
Reconciliation Week on Monday.
MIDDLE: Gawler residents Brodie and Adrian
Borg settle in for the Gawler Aboriginal Short
Film Festival on Monday.
BOTTOM: Willaston resident Bryce Norton
at the Gawler Aboriginal Short Film Festival.
PHOTO: Natalie Vikhrov
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