Singleton Rotary Club president, Mel Rolfe says they had a busy day keeping everyone fed but it was well worth it as you never know when you will need the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.
“He broke a few ribs and the helicopter transported him to hospital in Newcastle.”
"Just last week one of our members, local electrician John Bailey fell from a height of five metres” he explains.
Mr Rolfe says an incident like this can happen anytime.
And that’s why Mr Rolfe and his treasurer, Ted Drayton, were happy to hand over a $3620 cheque to event manager and secretary of the Singleton Volunteer Support Group, Danny Eather on Tuesday.