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Women are invited to be pretty in pink for vital cause
Nicola Kalmar Women are invited to be pretty in pink for vital cause

Pink is in this October and women are invited to get together and help raise money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation by attending next week’s Pink Breakfast event.

This year marks the fifth annual Pink Breakfast held at Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa, and organisers are hoping to break last year’s phenomenal fundraising target of $6000.

Linney’s will again lend their support by donating an 18 carat gold Australian south sea pearl pendent valued at $1000 as the door prize and four bottles of pink Moet and Chandon.

Guests can enjoy a glass of pink bubbles on arrival and a sumptuous plated breakfast while listening to two mystery guest speakers.

Organiser Stacey Harding said the event was a chance for women to get together, bond over breakfast, hear inspiring stories and help raise money for a vital cause.

The Pink Breakfast will be held at 7.30am on Thursday, October 11.

Tickets are $50 and can be purchased by calling Stacy Harding on 9192 0497 or by emailing functionadmin@cablebeachclub.com.