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The Ladies of Silkwood Hamlet host Biggest Morning Tea event
The Ladies of Silkwood (Hamlet 3) in Frasers Landing have hosted their very first public ‘Biggest Morning Tea’ at the Frasers Landing Community Centre on Monday 7th May, to raise money for the Cancer Council.
With over 100 people in attendance, the venue looked fantastic and was absolutely buzzing with happy vibes and smiles. The ten local ladies who catch up once a month for morning tea catered to a ‘gold-star’ standard and delivered with military precision! The event has been in planning for a couple of months and yesterday they reached their fundraising target of $3000!
With the most delicious homemade treats, a silent auction, door prizes and other crafty goods for sale, the ladies made for a pretty sharp events delivery team. The lovely ‘Heart and Soul’ Choir, who rehearse at the community centre on Saturdays, also donated their time and talents to the cause with some lovely singing and crowd favourites. Frasers Landing also supported the first event with some funding to cover a pie warmer, urns, crockery and additional chairs.
Big congratulations to the Silkwood Ladies and particularly to the organising team of Kaye Evans, Tania Stewart and Tracey Inglis.
The local paper, the Mandurah Mail, even did a story on them as well! You can read it here.
You can still donate directly to the Cancer Council here.