Think Pink this Sunday

October 12, 2011 by Community Editor
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The commercial hub of the Sydney suburb of Woollahra will don a pink cloak as the community comes out in support for women and families affected by breast cancer.

 

Woollahra Mayor Susan Wynne

At Queen Street Woollahra we THINK PINK, DRESS PINK, SHOP PINK AND EAT PINK as kids, families and community connect to celebrate Pink Sunday on 16 October to raise awareness and support for women and families touched by breast cancer and raise funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia.

Queen Street, Woollahra, has already turned pink as shops and businesses joined this community effort by dressing their windows in Pink for the Queen Street Pink Week culminating WITH Pink Sunday 2011 to be held on Sunday 16 October from 11am-2pm at Fanny Reading Council House 111 Queen Street and Dorhauer Lane, Woollahra.

This annual outdoor/indoor event initiated by National Council of Jewish Women of Australia NSW Division, Jewish Women’s Breast Cancer Network, will be officially launched by The Hon. Gabrielle Upton MP, Member for Vaucluse, Cr Susan Wynne, Mayor of Woollahra, with a special treat performance by the only female awards winning Elvis tribute artist, Jacqueline Feilich, as our star attraction.

The program caters for all ages to feature a Pink Foam Party, for those young in heart, arts and crafts for kids, a Pink Pooch Competition, information stalls, kids and teens creative art exhibition, storytelling and creative art sessions for the entire family. Some of the key features of Pink Sunday include a Pink Sukkah where you could enjoy a Pink Lunch and Trees of Life with Pink Lady Silhouettes carrying messages for loved ones.

Enjoy the surprises and prizes for the best Pink Window Display, Kids and Teens Creative Art Exhibition, best pink outfit and  Best Pink Hairdo and do bring your dog who may enter the Pink Pooch competition.

Proceeds from Queen Street Pink Week and PINK SUNDAY support  Breast Cancer Network Australia

 


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