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Channel 7 television series, My Kitchen Rules, announce the Royal Australian Naval Sailing Association's support of Sir David Martin Foundation.

MKR 400 x 400The Royal Australian Naval Sailing Association (RANSA) and its members have supported Sir David Martin Foundation for many years.

This year we were lucky to watch the race from ‘Boomerang’, an Edwardian gentleman’s schooner which is maintained by volunteers at the Sydney Heritage Fleet. It was for these lucky sailors that the My Kitchen Rules contestants had the challenge of cooking lunch for on the beautiful Sydney Harbour.

To all the RANSA officers and volunteers, thank you for a very enjoyable day and for your loyal support of our foundation and our young people.

 

 

 

If you missed the episode, you can catch up here: https://7plus.com.au/my-kitchen-rules?episode-id=MYKR10-024

To find out more about the young people we support, click here: https://www.sdmf.org.au/youth-progams 

 

 

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