Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

Days af­ter our won­der­ful com­bined sport day event for Pink in the Trop­ics, I am still re­ceiv­ing praise on the suc­cess of the day, I am deeply hum­bled and thank all for your com­ments.

How­ever, it is the com­mu­nity of the Dou­glas Shire that is to be con­grat­u­lated.

The Crocs Foot­ball Club led by Chris Bradsworth sup­ported me and Pink In The Trop­ics with en­thu­si­asm, from the Com­mit­tee to the play­ers, ev­ery­one was so com­mit­ted to the day.

The Ju­nior Crocs handed over a sub­stan­tial amount from their raf­fle money — how good is that!

The man­ager, staff and chef of Palmer Sea Reef Golf Club did all they could and more to make sure ev­ery­thing was as it should be.

Wade Greasly from Ni­ra­maya once again pledged $20 per goal from the Seniors game, lots of money this year!

Ten of our Crocs play­ers in­ter­rupted their pre game rou­tine to come to the brunch and min­gle with the guests.

Gen­eros­ity was at its peak when of­fer­ings for our raf­fle just kept on com­ing, many thanks to all con­cerned.

Our “Pinkers” Lor­raine, Maria and An­drea worked hard to help out.

The Saints Foot­ball Club em­braced the day and their sup­port­ers were many.

The Crocs Pit was so very well at­tended by AFL fans

Dou­glas Shire Coun­cil were rep­re­sented by our Mayor and two Coun­cil­lors.

AFL Cairns came along with the guest speaker be­ing the Pres­i­dent. Ac­cor also sup­ported us very well. These are just a few points to show how proud Port Dou­glas Com­mu­nity should be.

An­nie Richard­son, Pink In The Trop­ics

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