IT will be the battle of the best at Pollet’s Martial Arts Centre, when politicians, police, army reservists and a radio announcer fight it out for charity on Saturday, September 15.
The group are being put to the test for a great cause, raising funds for Rural Aid, and Buy a Bale.
Ian Pollet, from Pollet’s Martial Arts is training the contestants in the lead up to Saturday, and encouraged the community to support the event.
Mr Pollett has a $10,000 goal in mind, with other Pollet’s centres across the state also involved he’s on target to achieve the goal.
“Our Newcastle Centre held their fundraiser on Saturday and raised $5065 which was an outstanding effort,” he said.
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Mr Pollet’s not disclosing what the contestants will have to do on the day, but said the competition will push them to the limit.
He said training is going well, with all contestants wanting to win.
There will be a sausage sizzle, face painting and lucky door prizes on the day, which runs from 9am until 2pm, with battles beginning at 10.30am.
Entry is $10 for adults, $5 for children with all proceeds going to Rural Aid.
Mr Pollet encouraged local business owners interested in entering a team or donating a raffle or auction prize to contact him on 6334 2286.