Ju­bilee ladies’ fun-raiser

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JU­BILEE Golf Club ladies cel­e­brated Oaks Day last week with their an­nual fund rais­ing event which raised $700 for CAN-MOVE.

The CAN-MOVE pro­gram is run by the Com­mu­nity Care Cen­tre of North­east Health Wan­garatta and pro­vides a free six week ex­er­cise and wa­ter based pro­gram for peo­ple re­cov­er­ing from can­cer.

The day started with the golf course be­ing short­ened to 18 par 3 holes with NTPs on ev­ery hole for the golfers and was fol­lowed by the ar­rival of many friends for a chicken and cham­pagne lunch, sweeps, best hat com­pe­ti­tion and raf­fles.

Sally Tim­mins, a breast care nurse ad­dressed the ladies about the CAN-MOVE pro­gram and Heather Cham­plin, a vol­un­teer with CANMOVE spoke of her role.

The ladies ap­pre­ci­ated the help of golfers Keith Moor­head, Chris Nor­ris and Bill O’Brien in the kitchen, Doug Ritchens for the sweeps and John John­stone in the bar.

The weather was fan­tas­tic and the day was en­joyed by all.

Many lo­cal busi­nesses sup­ported the club and helped to make the day a suc­cess.

1) Sally Tim­mins (breast care nurse) and Heather Cham­plin (CAN-MOVE vol­un­teer). 2) Val Wright, Dawn Davey and Mar­garet Ben­nett. 3) Best hat win­ner Jen Kirby and best nov­elty hat win­ner Carol Myles. 4) An­nette Star­iha, Ronda Horne, Elaine Mudge and...

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