WORKING FOR A CAUSE: Survivor Maria Graeme and partner Graeme Hunter-Robinson cook up a storm to raise money.Mount Isa residents took time out at the Mini Field of Women event onSaturday torecogniseand remember loved ones who have had their lives touched by breast cancer.
PINK LADIES: Saturday’s Mini Fields of Woman event drew a larger crowd than last year, with everyone having a bit of fun for a good cause. Pictures: Bronwyn Wheatcroft
Mount Isa and North West QueenslandBreast CancerSupport Group presidentPatricia Olsen said it was great to see members of the community turn up.
“It is good to see the Mount Isa community come together to help celebrate theMini Fields of Women,” she said.
Those supporting the cause proudly held up theirPink Lady silhouettes in a showof solidarity.
Community member Kathryn Pritchard said she went to the event to support survivor Maria Graeme andshow her love.
“It (breast cancer)affects a lot of people and we need to get more support for it,” she said.
“There is a lot more people suffering than you would think.”
Ms Graeme said it was important tospreadthe message that there wassupport available in the community.
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