Vol­un­teers to walk the run­way for good cause

Whitsunday Times - - NEWS -

FANCY tuck­ing into a high tea and check­ing out some fash­ion­able items all while rais­ing money for a good cause?

Then be sure to head to the Sal­va­tion Army’s high tea fundraiser on June 11 at My Rain­bow Bak­ery, Shin­g­ley Beach.

Sal­va­tion Army Can­non­vale Fam­ily Store man­ager Denise Norder said last year’s event at­tracted more than 60 guests and she was hop­ing the num­bers in­creased this year.

“We have got lo­cal ladies who have vol­un­teered to model the clothes and oth­ers who have do­nated their time to do hair and make-up too,” she said.

An auc­tion will be held on the day and prizes won’t dis­ap­point, with the ma­jor prize a Thun­der­cat Ride to Par­adise – a night for two at

Par­adise Re­sort val­ued at $700.

“We’ve got auc­tion prizes rang­ing from ac­com­mo­da­tion to din­ner vouch­ers and jet ski tours,” Ms Norder said.

“Con­sid­er­ing re­cent events, busi­nesses have been very gen­er­ous with the prizes they’ve do­nated to the Sal­va­tion Army.”

LAV­ISH: Bara Dudek (left) from My Rain­bow Bak­ery and Denise Norder from the Sal­va­tion Army are busy plan­ning for the or­gan­i­sa­tion’s an­nual high tea fundrais­ing event.

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