Last chance for fundraisers

JUST two weeks remain of an eight-month fundraising campaign that has put these women through their paces.

Seven local women have been fundraising since March on behalf of Cancer Council Queensland, among them Emily Moller, Nyorie Parish and Donna Penningh.

“We need to finish strongly. Hopefully people realise what a good cause this is and get behind it,” Mrs Parish said.

The Challenge for Cancer entrants have no idea what they have raised until the overall winner is announced.

Mrs Moller will support Bumz on Bikes this Sunday, while Mrs Parish is holding a high tea at Crimson Finch on the same day at 1pm.

Mrs Penningh is organising a Pink Ribbon breakfast on Monday at the Old Bundy Tavern, to be dedicated to breast cancer sufferer Stephanie Jarvis.

For more information on the high tea, telephone 4159 4063, and to purchase a ticket for the breakfast for Ms Jarvis, call 0414 948 506.



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