SA Variety Bash Launch 2017 at The Astor Hotel
The 2017 Bash Launch was held on Friday 24 August at the Astor Hotel attracting around 200 Bash entrants keen for Bash Chairman Brenton “Rambo” Ramsey to announce the Bash route known as “Pastures to Pines“.
Pennington R7 school teacher, Tammy Broikos joined us with a few of the students who all spoke very passionately about Variety’s previous funding. Pennington School was granted funding in 2015 for a self-discovery program for its 78 disadvantaged Year 6&7 students. The program, which includes camps, sports expos and excursions, was aimed at developing positive attitudes towards life, education and self-esteem through skills, exploration, physical activity and volunteering. This proved to be a huge success and Variety funded the program again in 2016. The greatest highlight of the night was when Variety granted $14,138 to keep this incredible program running.
2017 SA Variety Bash – proudly sponsored by Tim Adams Wines / Mr Mick
This year’s event will again see the Bash traveling on diverse Bash tracks and private properties.
Click here to go to the SA Variety Bash home page
START: Mt Barker
Day Date Lunch Stop Night Stop
Day 1 Sat 12th Blanchetown Burra
Day 2 Sun 13th Balah Station Barmera
Day 3 Mon 14th Wilkadene (Woolshed) Mildura
Day 4 Tues 15th Lunch on track Ouyen
Day 5 Wed 16th Murrayville Keith
Day 6 Thurs 17th Keith Keith
Day 7 Fri 18th Robe Naracoorte
Day 8 Sat 19th Tarpeena Mt Gambier
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