SUmmit Team runs with purpose



5 members of the SUmmit team set off in the Point to Pinnacle and all of us made it to the top. Congratulations to Andrew Turner who crossed the line first in our team. Andrew had committed to wearing a pink tutu if he raised $2,000 so maybe it was his embarrassment which saw him racing to the top?
Our sense of achievement was not just from managing to haul our aching limbs to the Pinnacle of Mount Wellington but also the $5,000+ in funds which generous sponsors gave to support SU Tas to help our young volunteers reach their full potential. With those funds we will be able to support young volunteers to attend events and develop skills which would have been out of their reach – thank you so much!
We’ll be doing it again in 2014 and would be thrilled if you would like to join the team as a runner, walker or sponsor.


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