Kilimanjaro adventure to help AIDS children
Harrington residents can be forgiven for wondering about the slim, fit young woman and her dog running up and down the town’s water tower hill – over and over, dozens of times – in recent weeks.
It’s the best way Ingrid Pullen can find to train for her climb of Africa’s tallest mountain – Kilimanjaro – to help raise awareness and funds for the 20 million African children living with HIV and AIDS.
Twenty-four-year-old Ingrid, an environmental consultant who lives in Harrington, leaves Sydney next Thursday as the only Australian in a Canadian climbing team which will attempt the Zerf Challenge, ‘Camping on the Clouds of Kilimanjaro’
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By Peter Baxter
| September 6th, 2005