A Brekky for Brain Can­cer achieves re­ward

Euroa Gazette - - NEWS -

THE Euroa com­mu­nity came to­gether last week as they raised funds and aware­ness for the ‘Cure Brain Can­cer’ cause. St John’s hosted their ‘Brekky for Brain Can­cer’ last week, with large num­bers at­tend­ing and en­joy­ing a hearty break­fast along with many other won­der­ful peo­ple who wanted to be a part of the fundrais­ing event.

It was so pleas­ing to see staff from Euroa Pri­mary and the Sec­ondary Col­lege sup­port­ing the event and en­joy­ing the com­pany of many other fam­i­lies in the re­gion.

About 140 peo­ple at­tended with the staff of St. John’s serv­ing the guests.

The ‘Cure Brain Can­cer’ cause is very close to St. John’s heart as young year three stu­dent Chloe Perry is cur­rently fight­ing it. The Perry fam­ily not only at­tended the break­fast but Shannon was busy on the bar­be­cue mak­ing sure ev­ery­one was fed.

Many of those who at­tended also sup­ported the Movie Night co-or­di­nated by the lo­cal Shire where Cars 3 was show­ing to a sold out au­di­ence.

A big thank you to the Euroa com­mu­nity for com­ing out in such great num­bers to sup­port the event.

This year’s Brekky Fundrais­ing will con­clude next week as the staff of the Bendigo Catholic Ed­u­ca­tion Of­fice hold their own ‘Brekky’ as well. We hope the ‘Brekky’ will now be­come an an­nual event un­til this ter­ri­ble dis­ease has been com­pletely cured.

Apex Euroa gen­er­ously cov­ered the cost of food and drinks so all the funds raise could go to­wards the Cure Brain Can­cer cause.

A GREAT CAUSE: The ‘Brekky for Brain Can­cer’ held last Wed­nes­day at St John’s Pri­mary School in Euroa was a great suc­cess, with or­gan­is­ers hop­ing to make it an an­nual event.

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