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Relay for Life Dare to Dream host Geraldton high tea fundraiser for cancer research and support in regional WA

Jessica MoroneyGeraldton Guardian
Lin Wren, Leonie Marsh, Lizzy Robinson and Dianne Grima.
Camera IconLin Wren, Leonie Marsh, Lizzy Robinson and Dianne Grima. Credit: Captured Beauty Photography, Wall Art & Gifts Teri Smith

A delicious high tea fundraiser was held by the Dare to Dream team on Sunday, raising funds at a local level and helping country people through their difficult journey of cancer.

The Relay for Life fundraiser was held at the Emu Creek Gardens in East Chapman and featured entertainment, stalls, raffles and best dressed prizes.

Kerry Briggs won an Abrolhos Island mabe pearl pendant donated by Gemma Baker Jewellers, and Lizzy Robinson won second best dressed.

Guest speaker Zoie Ayling spoke of her difficult journey through cancer and raised a whirlwind of emotions across the venue.

The Dare to Dream relay team was established in 2020, with organiser Dianne Grima raising close to $4500 after shaving her hair and dying it pink, blue, yellow and purple to represent breast, colon, bladder and pancreatic cancer.

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The cause raises funds for cancer research, prevention and support services for country people.

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