Charity. Like many others across the country, Rural Health will throw a Girls’ Night In this month.
The Cancer Council’s annual Girls’ Night In fundraiser asks women to arrange a night in, where the money they would have spent going out goes to the cause – the fight against breast and gynaecological cancers.
According to the Cancer Council’s website, every day in Australia about 50 women are told they have such cancers.
Rural Health’s health promotions officer Karen Cardillo said all women are welcome to come along to Rural Health on Saturday from 7pm.
“We’re planning a fun night for all the girls. We hope there will be loads of fun and laughter,” she said.
She asked those attending to wear pink to show their support for those affected by cancer.
Supper will be provided on the night, and there will be lucky door prizes and fundraising raffles.
Tea and coffee will also be supplied, however patrons may bring other drinks if they wish to.
There is a $5 entry fee which will go to the Cancer Council to help provide further support, research and prevention programs.
For more information or to RSVP contact Rural Health on 6452 1266.