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The breast kind of fundraiser

Breast cancer luncheon organiser Margaret Grayson with some of the great items up for grabs in the silent auction.
Breast cancer luncheon organiser Margaret Grayson with some of the great items up for grabs in the silent auction. Kerri Burns Taylor

THIS Sunday Killarney will host a brunch that encourages people to think pink and think... uh, well, boobs.

The annual Pink Ribbon Brunch is on at the Rec Hall again this year, with all funds going toward breast cancer research.

The popular 'decorate a bra' competition is back again this year, with great prizes up for grabs for the best piece. Those attending may choose to do more than just decorate a bra, with many choosing to craft a "bra cup fascinator".

Organiser Margaret Grayson said the morning was all abut taking time to breathe.

"Everyone is welcome to attend and the idea started as a way to stop, laugh and talk to each other," she said.

People are to pre-purchase tickets at the Killarney Warwick Credit Union branch and doors open at 10am. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students and $5 for children.

Topics:  breast cancer, fundraiser




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