Moonwalk for Breakthrough Breast Cancer

25th June 2013

The only thing missing on the moonwalk for Breakthrough Breast Cancer was the moon. It did rise spectacularly but some hours after the walk was all over. Undeterred, a large party from Appin and Lismore set out on a balmy evening from Point and walked to the hall, had light refreshments and then walked back to Point to party until the ferry came to take the Appin contingent home. There were many ingenious red bras – that being the suggested decoration to drive home the importance of the cause – and at the end of the night Beth Campbell reported that they had raised over 925. As organiser Beth was assisted by Ellen Slingsby.


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