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Miles for Smiles takes off

18 Mar 2014

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After a couple of years of planning, Southbank Rotary member and former Eureka Tower building manager Peter Jones took off on the adventure of a lifetime, Miles for Smiles, in February.

Peter (pictured left) and partners Scott Dekker and Ray Lindner are riding motorcycles from Bangladesh across south-east Asia and then from Perth to Sydney to raise money and awareness for Interplast.

You can keep up to date with where Peter and the team are up to on Miles for Smiles website www.milesforsmiles.org.au/blog

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