CANCER Council’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is a chance for Australians to get together and raise money for a great cause. 1 in 2 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. One dollar at a time you are making a real difference helping to fund Cancer Council’s vital research, prevention and support service programs.
On Thursday 25th May a group from the Condobolin B&S attended The Biggest Morning Tea at the Central West Support which was also attended by participants from Currajong Disability Services (CDS).
A great time was had by all from Ross McCulloch chatting to new people through to John Dwyer, who caught up with his good friend Heather Blakley (one of the organisers). Everyone enjoyed the yummy cakes and fruit as well as the great company and vital funds were raised for cancer research. The group also had their photo taken by The Condobolin Argus Newspaper.
“Everyone had a fantastic time!” said Debbie Hamilton, a disability support carer with CDS.
“They thoroughly enjoyed it and we were happy to support such an important cause.”