Cancer awareness drive, a hit

2016-10-11 06:00
Janice Benecke (left) and Laura Benecke of the PinkDrive. Photo: supplied

Janice Benecke (left) and Laura Benecke of the PinkDrive. Photo: supplied

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CURVES Hillcrest had a wonderful Breast Cancer Awareness day at Watercrest Mall on Saturday 1 October.

Cindy Stevenson, Curves owner said: “It is quite touching when so many people pinned ribbons on our Wall of Remembrance.”

Free breast examinations were done from 9am to 4pm by the women from PinkDrive and a lucky draw hamper, worth over R3 500, was won by Calleigh O’Riley.

Debbie Gironi, also owner of Curves added: “Watercrest Mall were superb in their assistance and it was such a pleasure to be at this event.”

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