A MORNING tea to combat cancer will be hosted at Chelsea Heights Community Centre on Thursday 24 May.
The centre will hold its third annual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event to raise money for the Cancer Council.
Students from Patterson River Secondary College band will perform on the day and ladies in the Dragon Boats Abreast group will talk about their experiences dealing with and helping women with breast cancer.
A donation box can be found at the Chelsea Heights Community Centre office and raffle tickets are available.
All proceeds raised on the day will be donated to the cancer council.
The Biggest Morning Tea will be held at Chelsea Heights Community Centre, 160 Thames Promenade, Chelsea Heights at 10am.
Entry by gold coin donation.
Call the centre on 9772 3391 or see chelseaheightscommunitycentre.com.au/events for more details.