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Dicky Beach Surf Club hosts a day at the races

FLASHBACK: Jess Simpson and Luke Findlay at the Dicky Beach SLSC and Summer Surf Girl Charity Race Day at Corbould Park in 2014.
FLASHBACK: Jess Simpson and Luke Findlay at the Dicky Beach SLSC and Summer Surf Girl Charity Race Day at Corbould Park in 2014. Warren Lynam

IF THE Spring Racing Carnival has been kind to you or you just feel like a day at the races, Dicky Beach Surf Club will welcome you with open arms at Corbould Park racecourse this Sunday, November 19.

The race day at the Caloundra track is in support of the club's 2018 Summer Surf Girl entrant Jess Simpson.

For $70 per person, racegoers will receive entry plus lunch.

Or for $120 per person, entry, lunch and a five-hour drinks package are on offer.

Raffles, games, lucky door and best-dressed male and female prizes will be up for grabs.

Tickets are available by calling 5491 5742 or emailing promotions@dickybeachsurfclub.com

Funds raised help provide equipment and training for volunteer beach patrols.


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