(From left) Cancer Council Challenge entrant Deanna Schmidt with Carol Cooke and Kay Wilson toast mugs to the Biggest Morning Tea.
(From left) Cancer Council Challenge entrant Deanna Schmidt with Carol Cooke and Kay Wilson toast mugs to the Biggest Morning Tea.

Time for Biggest Morning Tea

IT is that time of the year when people get together to devour the treats of home cooking to raise funds for an important cause: a cure for cancer.

This year the Biggest Morning Tea has a new venue at Warwick Senior Citizens Hall after previously being held at the Warwick Daily News building on Albion Street.

The Devonshire tea feast will include tea, coffee, scones, pikelets and a sausage sizzle, and will commence at 9am tomorrow.

Cancer Council Queensland Warwick branch president Kay Wilson said everyone was welcome to attend and there was seating available in addition to the home-cooked fare.

“The most important thing is to get people there and raise awareness,” Mrs Wilson said.

“There will be morning tea mugs on sale as well as other items to help raise funds and support,” she said.

The special yellow cup-and-saucer set are available for purchase for $10.

Carol Cooke and Andy Wilson and many other members are recruiting assistance from the community to get involved in the event.

For entertainment, the Warwick and District Country Music group will play all morning, featuring Jenny May on bagpipes.

Queensland Country Women’s Association of Condamine Valley Warwick branch will also hold a morning tea at its premises on Grafton Street from 9.30am.

For details about the Biggest Morning Tea challenge for cancer contact Kay and Andy Wilson on 4661 2316.

Warwick Senior Citizens Hall is located on Albert Street.

Do you have a Biggest Morning Tea? Call us on 4660 1318.



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