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Successful Pink Stumps Day

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Kaniva hosted a successful day for Pink Stumps Day and Ladies Day, raising vital funds for breast cancer research, raising over $4,000, as well as winning the day’s game against Western Flat 129-7-131. This is Kaniva’s 3rd time hosting the event and first back since covid restrictions.

Young and old donned their pink attire last Saturday in support of individuals and families experiencing breast cancer.

L: Liam Vivian, Tyson Harry and Harry Lannin.
C: Stella Charalambous and Roxanna Maddern.
R: Nash Dunstall, Abby Hawker and Marlie Dunstall
Photos: Symone Mitchell

Pink Stumps Day event aims to raise money as no one should go through breast cancer without the care of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse.

McGrath Breast Care Nurses help individuals and their families affected by breast cancer by providing invaluable physical, psychological, and emotional support from the time of diagnosis and throughout treatment.

All funds raised go towards helping the McGrath Foundation to reach their goal of 250 nurses by 2025, to work towards ensuring no one misses out on care.

Jock Maddern said, “A big thank you to all the local businesses who donated towards the charity auction. Western Flat Cricket Club for helping support the event, and anyone who volunteered to help throughout the day.”

McGrath Foundation was founded by Jane and Glenn McGrath in 2005, and every year, a number of Pink Stumps Days are held across the state and country.

Nhill Free Press & Kaniva Times 21 February 2024

This article appeared in the Nhill Free Press & Kaniva Times, 21 February 2024.


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