Balga Autumn Club raises $1000 for cancer through Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea


Balga Autumn Club committee member Iain Maxwell, secretary Barbara Price, Mirrabooka MLA Janine Freeman and president Kaye Costa.
Balga Autumn Club committee member Iain Maxwell, secretary Barbara Price, Mirrabooka MLA Janine Freeman and president Kaye Costa.

BALGA Autumn Club raised $1000 towards the Cancer Council WA at its sixth Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event on May 30.

The club held the event, attended by Mirrabooka MLA Janine Freeman and Stirling councillor Keith Sargent, at Balga Soccer Club.

Ms Freeman said the morning tea was filled with food and entertainment.

“This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea,” she said.

“Every one of us has been affected by cancer in some way.

“That’s why it is so important to get together each year and raise funds for improving cancer prevention, screening and treatment options.”

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