COMMUNTY TURNS OUT FOR CAN­CER FUNDRAIS­ERS

Harvey-Waroona Reporter - - FRONT PAGE -

BRUNSWICK’S Biggest Morn­ing Tea had its biggest event yet last week with records made in both peo­ple at­tend­ing and money raised.

Or­gan­iser Marjorie Shier said the Aus­tralia’s Biggest Morn­ing Tea at the Brunswick Bowl­ing Club had a record crowd of 140 peo­ple at­tend­ing and a record amount raised for the Can­cer Coun­cil of WA.

“We had a record amount by a long way, $4858,” she said.

“We as a team would like to thank the gen­eros­ity of the peo­ple who came.”

Guest speaker and Can­cer Coun­cil of WA fundrais­ing co­or­di­na­tor Jo Suck­ling spoke about how the gen­eros­ity ben­e­fited WA through can­cer ed­u­ca­tion, re­search and sup­port ser­vices.

Vol­un­teers hard at work in the kitchen served dozens of cakes, scones and slices.

As well as dona­tions, money was raised through a raf­fle, with many lo­cally-do­nated prizes, and a white ele­phant stall.

Diane Horn, of Leschenault, Rose­mary Alexan­der, of Treen­dale, and Lor­raine Guppy, of Leschenault.

Wendy Fincher, Anne Ren­nie and Iso­bel Shier, of Ea­ton.

Lor­raine Hoy and Tom No­or­der­meer, of Brunswick.

Teresa Ietto, of Brunswick, Freda Ietto, of Aus­tralind, and Judy Tal­bot, of Brunswick.

Hague Shier, Fran Sus­sex and Mar­i­lyn Ralph, of Ea­ton.

Vol­un­teers Glo­ria Pel­ham, of Brunswick, Phil and Leonie Mckeon, of Aus­tralind, and Grace Madaf­fari of Brunswick serve the many cakes and scones.

An­gelina Frisina, of Brunswick, Mary Par­ravicini, of Cook­er­nup, and So­nia Hall, of Brunswick.

Mar­garet Car­bone, of Brunswick, Carol Frisina, of Brunswick, and guest speaker Can­cer Coun­cil of WA fundrais­ing co­or­di­na­tor Jo Suck­ling.

He­len Har­nett, of Roe­lands, Irene Pin­nock, of Brunswick, Stella Wat­son, of Brunswick, and Mary Brown, of Bunswick.

Angie Mosca, Con­nie War­bur­ton, Rosa Madaf­fari and An­gella Lu­vera, of Brunswick.

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