Can­cer fight takes strides

Central and North Burnett Times - - FRONT PAGE -

PINK pan­cakes cooked by Sergeant Lu­cas Hamp­son were so de­li­cious, it­was crim­i­nal.

The Gayn­dah Guardian Phar­macy held a fundraiser for the Breast Can­cer Foun­da­tion on Satur­day morn­ing, with po­lice of­fi­cer Sgt Hamp­son prov­ing a force be­hind the hot­plate.

Pan­cakes for your Pan­cakes was the brain­child of Sgt Hamp­son and with the help of Gayn­dah Phar­macy, the event was hailed a great suc­cess, rais­ing $805.

More than 100 pink pan­cakes were served up and all money raised was do­nated, as part of Breast Can­cer Aware­ness Month.

Sgt Hamp­son said he was more than happy to help sup- port the worth­while cause that has touched so many.

Gra­ham and Sam Rowles said they were grate­ful to the community for their sup­port. Tick­ets in the pink raf­fle are avail­able in store, and will be drawn at the Think Be­yond Pink Golf Char­ity Day on Novem­ber 3.

All pro­ceeds go to­ward find­ing a cure for breast can­cer.

PINK PAN­CAKES: Sgt Lu­cas Hamp­son and phar­ma­cist Gra­ham Rowles put on a feast for hun­gry Gayn­dah lo­cals.

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