Pink pancakes beat cancer
COMMUNITIES are digging deep to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Gayndah Guardian Pharmacy recently held a Pancakes for aCure Breakfast with Sergeant Lucas Hampson manning the hotplate, and a Pink Raffle throughout October.
Including the sale of pink merchandise, more than $1300 was raised for the foundation.
Samantha Rowles from Guardian Pharmacy said the pancake event was so successful it would become an annual event.
Mundubbera Guardian Pharmacy sold raffle tickets and pink lamingtons and hosted a pink barbecue in the park.
Their efforts raised $1016 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
“The Mundubbera community dug deep to help us support a cause that has touched so many in our community,” Mrs Rowles said.“We couldn’t have done it without you.”
Melvie Halfpenny won the Mundubbera pink raffle and Tammy Shorten won the Gayndah pink pamper pack.
PINK PAMPER PACK: Graham Rowles of Gayndah Guardian presents Tammy Shoreten with her PINK pamper pack prize.
RAFFLE WIN: Melvie Halfpenny receives her PINK raffle prize from Mundubbera staff member Julie Oppermann at the recent Mundubbera Guardian VIP night.