A Brekky for Brain Cancer achieves reward
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.