Cancer fight takes strides
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.