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Breakfast for a good cause

Hairdresser Annette Parker changes the colour of Sue Wright’s hair at the Pink Ribbon Fundraiser breakfast at the Gladstone Golf Club yesterday.
Hairdresser Annette Parker changes the colour of Sue Wright’s hair at the Pink Ribbon Fundraiser breakfast at the Gladstone Golf Club yesterday. Brenda Strong GLACANC

WITH one in eight Australian women affected by breast cancer in their lifetime, the need to find a cure is pressing.

Yesterday, about 80 local women attended the Curves Pink Ribbon Breakfast at the Gladstone Golf Club to show their support and enjoy a delicious cooked breakfast.

Curves owner and organiser of the event Sue Wright said all funds raised from the event would go directly to the Cancer Council.

Sue has gone above and beyond in her fundraising efforts shaving her hair and dying it pink yesterday.

In the lead-up, Sue was feeling confident: "I trust my hairdresser."

Attendees enjoyed hearing from guest speakers and had the chance to take home fabulous items on offer.

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