Dot Manskie and Angela Tranent light a candle in remembrance at the Simply Crafty Girls’ Nite In fundraiser.
Dot Manskie and Angela Tranent light a candle in remembrance at the Simply Crafty Girls’ Nite In fundraiser. Max Fleet

Charity keeps girls in

BUNDY women traded an evening out for a Girls’ Night In on Saturday to raise funds for the Cancer Council Queensland.

The Simply Crafty Group threw the event at the Coronation Hall and about 40 women attended to raise more than $1000 for the charity.

One of the organisers, Dilys Carter, said the event was plenty of fun.

“I’m sure we will be holding it again next year,” she said.

“Any excuse to raise funds and have a good night for a good cause.”

Mrs Carter said cancer was an issue close to everyone’s heart.

“We all know people going through treatment or who have died from cancer,” she said.

“The rain kept a few away but it was still a nice night.”




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