Dreams really come true, Jackson Baker of Geranium waving goodbye before his spin with Ferrari owner, Jerry Wilson of the Auto Collectors Club of Murray Bridge – Jackson’s family, Paul and Joseph Whitehead, Shelbie and Kirsty Baker also of Geranium, look on as the fast red car warms up, Thursday, May 4, 2017.
Meeting via Facebook after their goodwill Christmas Hamper promotion, Lorrelle and Rodney Schubert of the Coronation Meat Store, Tailem Bend, have become devoted friends of both Paul Whitehead and Kirsty Baker of Geranium (A small Mallee farming community in South Australia) Thursday, May 4, 2017.
With the spirit of Christmas bringing Lorrelle and Kirsty’s families together, Lorrelle and Rodney soon heard that Kirsty’s son Jackson, who has recently been diagnosed with a sight affecting brain tumour, had always dreamt of having a spin in a fast, bright red Ferrari.
After a few phone calls and a wave of Lorrelle’s magic wand “Abra-ca-dabra” – look who rolled into the Tailem Bend Info Station to meet the Whitehead and Baker family this morning, Jerry Wilson of the Auto Collectors Club of Murray Bridge.
“It’s been wonderful meeting people like Kirsty and her family with our Christmas Hamper promotion and once Rodney and I heard about Jackson and his precious dream we just had to make it come true,” Lorrelle said.
Magic wand waved, Murray Bridge Elected Member, Cr Jerry Wilson of the Auto Collectors Club of Murray Bridge, rolled into the car park of the Tailem Bend Info Station to meet the Whitehead and Baker family of Geranium, Thursday, May 4, 2017.