THE Tomaree Breast Cancer Support Group held its 12th annual In The Pink Golf Day recently.
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The theme of the day was the Village People and Nelson Bay Golf Club looked like it had been invaded by the 1970s.
Bev Apps of the Tomaree Breast Cancer Support Group told News Of The Area, “The 14th hole, known as ‘The Party Hole’, proved to be popular, it was manned by ‘macho men’ serving bubbly and cupcakes with the Village People music playing.
“To top the fun off for a gold coin donation two members from the club, Peter Sutton and Tony Short known as the ‘Hotshots’, would hit your ball across the lake for you,” she said.
There were 168 players for the event which was full of fun.
“We as always are very appreciative of the amazing generosity of the local business community and individuals with their donations for raffle prizes or sponsoring one of the 18 holes’” she said.
The winning team was Barbara Frose, Barbara Clark, Sue Lewis and Carol Gilmour.
Best Dressed Team was taken out by Bev Suska, Julie Newsham, Linda Drake and Gail Murray.
All funds raised by the Tomaree Breast Cancer Support Group go towards supporting residents of the peninsula through their breast cancer journey.
For more information about the Tomaree Breast Cancer Support Group and the support that they offer to families in need, contact 0431 864 778.
By Marian SAMPSON