Summit of sweetness at biggest morning tea in Melville

Summit Home Group employees Maxine Ross, Jenelle Pasqua, Pania Lord and Karon Buljan.
Summit Home Group employees Maxine Ross, Jenelle Pasqua, Pania Lord and Karon Buljan.

STAFF at Summit Homes Group put their pastry skills to the test as part of an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea last month that raised close to $900 for Cancer Council WA.

The Myaree-based company’s human resources manager, Jenelle Pasqua, claimed victory in the savoury category while Pania Lord created the most popular sweet treat.

Maxine Ross and Karon Buljan were the savoury and sweet runners-up.

Ms Pasqua said Summit Homes Group was built around people and supporting charity initiatives was a priority for the company.

“A number of our team have been personally affected by cancer and so the decision to raise funds to help find a cure has a very strong personal connection and made our involvement all the more special,” she said.

“This annual event is just one that we support and every Friday our casual dress donations are provided to other local charities as part of our corporate social responsibility.”

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