Life’s not always a picnic, but morning tea can help
CHILDERS’ own CWA is set to host this year’s Biggest Morning Tea on May 26 from 9am to raise funds, awareness and to support a great charity.
Every day, more and more families are losing loved ones to a dreaded disease, with one in three people diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
Childers CWA branch president Rosie Shuttlewood said she would like to see everyone in town get involved this year in the Biggest Morning Tea.
“Could you imagine the park filled with picnic blankets and baskets?” Mrs Shuttlewood said.
“I would like to see all the businesses lining Churchill St get involved for a great cause.
“I know the locals are big supporters of all charities and events, but this event promises to be the biggest,” she said.
“Our tiny team of volunteers needs some community support to make this possible.
“It will be a lot of fun and, if only for a short time, will take the worry of cancer from the minds of many.
“We all know someone that is fighting a battle and the CWA wants to bring the community together to show their support and commitment.
“”With all our CWA worries and fears of closure, we will brush that aside to support families in need.
“Even after the fundraiser, the CWA will still be there for the community.”
Mrs Shuttlewood is passionate about her community and believes it is everyone’s responsibility to do a little bit for others.
For further information, phone Rosie on 4126 3092 or 0419 743 307.
COFFEE BREAK: Childers CWA is set to host this year’s Biggest Morning Tea on May 26.