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Guest of honour at our recent 50 years celebrations, was Warren Mitchell, who was instrumental in introducing the `rubber duckie` into Australia. Warren was invited to the IRB celebrations in New South Wales, but unfortunately he could not make it and so attended our golden celebrations instead. We were greatly honoured for his presence.

Copy and paste the link below into your web-browser for his story.

https://www.surflifesaving.com.au/news/rubber-duckie-turns-50

or

https://www.youtube.com/watchvYC-Q6UnDdWw&featureyoutu.be

and see this as well:

https://www.youtube.com/watchvunYp_9xtZBE&featureyoutu.be

 

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