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Myles Cosgrove – taking on the #bigdrychallenge

By Juliana Cosgrove

Our team always love a challenge, especially when it involves raising money for a good cause – like helping our drought stricken farmers.

Myles Cosgrove, our Ray White Rural Toowoomba principal plus Wade Lockrey and Verity Campbell from our Ray White Toowoomba team stepped up to take on the #bigdrychallenge  – raising $746 for Drought Angels.

To complete the #bigdrychallenge you need to eat a dry Weet-Bix as quickly as you can. Time it and for every second it takes you to finish it, you owe $2 to Drought Angels.

The challenge was a lot trickier than it seemed – and it took Myles a whopping two minutes and 44 seconds to eat a dry Weet-bix. But as dry as Myles’s mouth was – it’s nothing on what our farmers are dealing with every day during this drought.

If you’d like to know more about this ever so worthy charity, Drought Angels or if you’d like to make a donation please follow this link!

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