CELEBRATION... Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey officially opened the Copper Coast Battle Dragons’ new home on Saturday, February 17. A large crowd gathered for the opening, which marked another milestone in the continual growth of the local dragon boat club. Celebrating the occasion as Mr Ramsey practises drumming, an important aspect of dragon boating, are members Wilma Key, Helen Tremayne, Valda Cooper, Ian Murdoch and Cat Harmer. CELEBRATION... Federal Member for Grey Rowan Ramsey officially opened the Copper Coast Battle Dragons’ new home on Saturday, February 17. A large crowd gathered for the opening, which marked another milestone in the continual growth of the local dragon boat club. Celebrating the occasion as Mr Ramsey practises drumming, an important aspect of dragon boating, are members Wilma Key, Helen Tremayne, Valda Cooper, Ian Murdoch and Cat Harmer. PHOTO: Rod Penna

Opening the dragon’s lair

THE Copper Coast Battle Dragons officially opened their new shed on Saturday, February 17.

The dragon boat group, which is focused on positive health outcomes with a strong emphasis on cancer, welcomed about 140 people to the opening of the new facility on Heritage Drive.

Preceding the event people from across the state competed in the Regional Hat Regatta in the Copper Cove Marina, Wallaroo.

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