Bundaberg Surf Life Saving member Janet Lindsay is hoping to rally more votes in the Nikon Clubbie of the Year competition to get a new camera for the club.
Bundaberg Surf Life Saving member Janet Lindsay is hoping to rally more votes in the Nikon Clubbie of the Year competition to get a new camera for the club. Max Fleet

Picture-perfect Janet has a shot

BUNDABERG surf club's Janet Lindsay is the only volunteer in the Wide Bay region to enter the 2011 Nikon Clubbie of the Year competition.

The competition is run in conjunction with Surf Life Saving Australia, and involves clubs across the country nominating a hard-working volunteer to represent and raise money for their club.

Ms Lindsay said the public were able to vote, with each vote worth $10 towards any Nikon products for the club.

"One hundred votes gets you $1000 in products, and I've got that now," she said.

After the 100 votes, any more will help the nominee secure a position in the top five voted "clubbies", who would then be in the running to win $5000 for the club and the same amount for themselves.

"I'm happy with the $1000 we've raised," she said.

To vote for Ms Lindsay, visit the website.



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