Bundys Super Guys step up

THE Make-A-Wish Foundation called for superman, and nine Bundy blokes came to the rescue.

The annual charity Super Guy competition raises funds to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.

After weeks of fundraising, the group pulled together more than $6400 for the foundation.

The winners were announced at a presentation last week where Councillor Judy Peters, Rebecca O’Dwyer from the Elliott Heads Surf Lifesaving Club and Vince Haberman, representing the office of Member for Bundaberg Jack Dempsey, carried out the final judging.

Melbourne Hotel duty manager Collin Blair was named as the Make-A-Wish Super Guy 2009.

Plant operator John Williams was named the charity winner, after raising $1500, and Ken’s Kepnock Butchery owner Ken Barritt took out the people’s choice award.

Despite this, Make-A-Wish volunteers said all of the entrants were super guys in their eyes.



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