Yanchep/Two Rocks Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser a great day out

Carol MacDonald, Reit Christ and Barbara Hughes. Picture: Martin Kennealey
Iris Geneve and Lola Gibbs. Picture: Martin Kennealey
Gemma Scougal and Axel (2) of Yanchep. Picture: Martin Kennealey
Kath and Mike Smith of Yanchep. Picture: Martin Kennealey
Jackie Giltrap (president Two Rocks Yanchep Arts and Crafts Group) and Kerry Smithers. Picture: Martin Kennealey
Picture: Martin Kennealey
Picture: Martin Kennealey
Carol MacDonald, Reit Christ and Barbara Hughes. Picture: Martin Kennealey Iris Geneve and Lola Gibbs. Picture: Martin Kennealey Gemma Scougal and Axel (2) of Yanchep. Picture: Martin Kennealey Kath and Mike Smith of Yanchep. Picture: Martin Kennealey Jackie Giltrap (president Two Rocks Yanchep Arts and Crafts Group) and Kerry Smithers. Picture: Martin Kennealey Picture: Martin Kennealey Picture: Martin Kennealey

NEARLY 200 people attended the Yanchep/Two Rocks Arts and Crafts Group’s Biggest Morning Tea last week.

The group held a range of activities at the Phil Renkin Recreation Centre in Two Rocks on May 16 to raise money for the Cancer Council.

This included raffles, selling a range of craft items, a white elephant stall and delicious morning tea supplied by members.

Two Rocks and Yanchep businesses donated to the event and musician Ronnie Ray entertained guests, with the amount raised exceeding $1500.

Visit biggestmorningtea.com.au or call 1300 65 65 85 to register a Biggest Morning Tea event in May or June.

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