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Marilyn’s Missfits

Group of women dressed as Marilyn Monroe

Movie Fundraiser – “Mrs Harris Goes to Paris”

The wonderful Marilyn’s Missfits are at it again with an amazing movie night fundraiser.

“Mrs Harris Goes to Paris”—a widowed cleaning lady in 1950s London falls madly in love with a couture Dior dress, and decides that she must have one of her own. Watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lH47pGultU

Date: Wednesday 23 November 2022
Time: Doors open 6pm
Tickets: $25 each

Inclusions:

Glass of bubbles on arrival
Wurlizer organ performance
Entry in raffle and door prize.

Book here

Judith's Legacy

Judith’s Walk

After losing his wife and the love of his life, Judith, to ovarian cancer in 2017, Dean Rowe has dedicated his days to raising funds for Cancer Council SA in her honour. Each year in February, Dean celebrates his late wife’s memory with his local community, friends and family through ‘Judith’s Walk’—a 6km walk along the Shiraz Trail in Willunga. In the lead up to the walk, Dean organises many other fundraising events as part of ‘Judith’s Legacy’ with the hopes of raising funds to find better ways to detect and live beyond ovarian cancer.

For more information and for upcoming events: https://www.facebook.com/judithswalkwillunga/


Cancer Council SA Branches

Cancer Council SA has a number of Branches throughout regional South Australia. They are our regional representatives—passionate community supporters who join forces to raise funds and awareness for Cancer Council SA initiatives. From hosting Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea’s, to coordinating Daffodil Day sites in their local community, our Branches are the face of Cancer Council SA in regional South Australia.

With lifetime donations topping over $4.25 million, along with raising vital funds for Cancer Council SA, these six branches (Gawler, Jamestown and Districts, Mount Gambier, Naracoorte, Northern Yorke Peninsula and Riverland) are pinnacle in making their community aware of the varying support services that Cancer Council SA provides to those impacted by cancer and the general public.

Click here to find out more about your local Cancer Council SA branch.

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