Phillip Island,
27
May
2016
|
05:49
Australia/Melbourne

Record morning tea for Council’s Planned Activity Group

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Bass Coast Shire Council’s Planned Activity Group (PAG) held their most successful ever ‘Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea’ recently at the Phillip Island Senior Citizens’ Club.

PAG staff, together with their team of hard working volunteers, managed to raise a total of $771.05 for the Cancer Council.

Groups of people came from Council’s PAG and Carer Support programs, Phillip Island Senior Citizens’ Club, Melaleuca Lodge, Griffiths Point Lodge and Garnham House.

There were over 100 people in attendance and all enjoyed an amazing array of food and musical entertainment provided by Ron Bourier.

Prizes were donated by the Phillip Island Lions Club and PAG clients. Food was lovingly prepared by PAG volunteers, staff and clients as well as seniors club members.

Council thanked Tina, Carol and Pam for organising the event and gave a special thank you to the volunteers who help make such a fun enjoyable event for the community to attend.