THE CREW at Friendlies Pharmacy in Pialba were decked in pink yesterday to raise money for cancer research.

Organiser Kim Blacklock said she organised the day after her sister's recent diagnosis of ovarian cancer.

"Everyone's been touched by cancer," she said.

To donate money, visit the store at 35 Torquay Rd, Pialba.

PINK PERFECTION: The crew at Friendlies Pharmacy dressed to impress to raise funds for cancer research. (L-R from back) Jenny Holmes, Marieta Swanepole, Jana Swanepole, Belinda Carey, Christine Falzon, Kim Blacklock, Marie Smith. (L-R front) Helen Robinson, Kaitlyn Perkins, Lindy Fry and Mark McMurtrie. Photo Hannah Baker / Fraser Coast Chronicle
PINK PERFECTION: The crew at Friendlies Pharmacy dressed to impress to raise funds for cancer research. (L-R from back) Jenny Holmes, Marieta Swanepole, Jana Swanepole, Belinda Carey, Christine Falzon, Kim Blacklock, Marie Smith. (L-R front) Helen Robinson, Kaitlyn Perkins, Lindy Fry and Mark McMurtrie. Photo Hannah Baker / Fraser Coast Chronicle Hannah Baker

 

NOTE: This story was updated at 11.00am, Monday November 2.  

The name of the fundraiser organiser is Kim Blacklock, sixth from left back row.



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