Caring for the girls everyday
DRESSED in pink, enjoying mino-sas and painting masterpieces, dozens of women came together to talk about their most important pair of pals — their breasts. October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Naya Greenwood from Maranoa Regional Council hosted a brunch, where she presented facts, compiled with the help of local breast care nurse Lisa Bowman, to stress the importance of selfexaminations, and knowing your body.
If you have noticed changes in your breasts, make sure you talk to your GP.
TALKING PINK: Local breast cancer survivors with breast care nurse Lisa Bowman at the breast care brunch on Sunday.
Aleisha Teske paints a masterpiece.
Ann Edwards, Megan Brown and Grishma Hegde.
Pranathi Settipalli and Naga Annapuveddy work on their paintings.
Sonja Martin and Wendy Yeo.
Judy Kelly, Clare Cherry, Sarah Flesser and Rochelle Rozwadowski.
Lucy Rutherford and Tash O'Shannessy.