Eager chef: Ruth Locke cooks up some pancakes for Shrove Tuesday at St Mark’s Anglican Church.
Eager chef: Ruth Locke cooks up some pancakes for Shrove Tuesday at St Mark’s Anglican Church.

A mixture for success

FOR 40 years she has been mixing it up for a good cause so St Mark’s Mother’s Union president Gloria Brady knows what makes a good recipe.

Yesterday at the union’s annual Pancake Day morning tea the focus was on the best way to combine school children and pastoral support.

Mrs Brady knows the two can gel perfectly: her evidence is the Schools Chaplaincy Program run by the Scripture Union.

“I can see the difference the chaplaincy program makes for children; it gives them someone independent to talk with,” she said.

She said all the funds raised at yesterday’s morning tea would be gifted to the Warwick and Killarney programs.



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