Hospice: summit speaker

2010-03-26 00:00

SEAN Wisedale will be Hospice’s speaker at a fundraising breakfast at 8 am on April 16 at the Golden Horse Conference Centre.

In 1996, Wisedale covered the Mount Everest expedition as a freelance photographer. Seven years later, he became the first South African to climb the highest mountain on each continent — the Seven Summits. And when frostbite, mountain sickness and blizzards turned the crew around, he kept on going all the way to the top.

Book early so as not to miss this inspirational talk.

Tickets cost R120 per person or R1 200 for a table of 10. Smaller numbers will be seated at mixed tables. To book, phone 033 344 1560 or e-mail vijaya@hospicekzn.co.za or anila@hospicekzn.co.za

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