Finley’s Red Chair Coffee Gallery was turned pink last Thursday for the third annual Breast Cancer Biggest Morning Tea.
Organiser Joanne Dean was overwhelmed by the support and response to the Morning Tea which has so far raised more than $3500 for cancer research.
The local event was registered in memory of Jo’s mum, Marg Honeychurch, who succumbed to breast cancer some years ago.
Ethan Ryan of the Red Chair Coffee Gallery co-hosted the morning tea with Jo with assistance coming from so many sections of the community, without which the day could not have been the tremendous success it was.
Several High School students, together with Di Sexton, Bev Carey, Mary Rourke, Maree Lewis, Julie Rodger, Celeste Miaoudis and Rebecca Little, all assisted in raising $3713 with more to be collected.
This was a wonderful response from such a small town and the community can be justly proud of the proceeds, all of which go to breast cancer research.
About 3000 people made their way to Tatura for a day of fun and fashion at yesterday's Italian Plate Festival race meet.
After a tennis career spanning 62 years, of which the last 35 years have been as a coach, Yarrawonga's Jon Coleman is set to retire at the end of 2013.
The recent Kyabram Master Pairs, played over six days with crack sides from near and far, attracted some talented bowlers eager to win the prestige event.
Led by captain Mark Peterson and opening bowler Keith Chalmers, Echuca South earned a comfortable win against Cooma.
Three Goornong Fire Brigade firefighters recently completed a CFA course on safety surrounding urban firefighting and using breathing apparatuses.
Kyabram Lawn Tennis Club’s annual junior singles tournament again attracted good numbers from across the district.
But have opponents given up the fight?
Tocumwal Pre-School students are proudly flying their KITE at the Tocumwal Lions Community Hostel.
Tooborac Fire Brigade visited Tooborac Primary School last Tuesday to help the school complete its bushfire emergency management plan.
Residents urged to renew fruit fly baits to support local orchards.
A Korean company has a proposal with the NSW Government to built a $90 million ethanol plant in Deniliquin.
SPC Ardmona, is sending eight containers loaded with $250,000 of fruit and vegetables to cyclone ravaged Philippines.
The hunt is on for a buyer for Benalla and Mansfield Toyota after the business went into receivership last fortnight.
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