Five ‘amazing’ Australians will share their stories at Laycock Street Community Theatre on Thursday, September 24 at an event called ‘Turn a Set Back into a Comeback’.
The event is hosted by Team Infinity in association with The Salvation Army. Special guests for the evening include world champion athlete and Mad Max Fury Road fight choreographer, Mr Greg Van Borsum, rock singer, actor and youth worker Mr Gary (Angry) Anderson and entrepreneur and finalist in Young Australian of the Year, Mr Cameron LyndonJames.
Ms Mandy Coolen, one half of local FM radio station Star 104.5’s the Craig and Mandy breakfast team, will also share her story on the night, along with a man who lived out his childhood dream of climbing Mount Everest, Mr Stephen Bock.
“The night aims to inspire and motivate audience members to achieve their best no matter what hurdles they may face,” said Ms Kat Butterworth, The Salvation Army’s director of public relations for the Central Coast.
“It is about sharing experiences and showing that sometimes it’s not about getting knocked down, it’s about getting back up again,” Ms Butterworth said. “You will be inspired by the stories of some of Australia’s iconic personalities who have lived through many successes and failures and learn how they dealt with these experiences.
All proceeds from the night will go to The Salvation Army on the Central Coast.
Sep 2, 2015