Celebrating mum on the bowling greens

Mums and their families from Wyangala took part in a Mother's Day Bowling event in conjunction with a Biggest Morning Tea for Cancer Council.

Mums and their families from Wyangala took part in a Mother's Day Bowling event in conjunction with a Biggest Morning Tea for Cancer Council.

Mother’s Day proved to be the perfect occasion to spend the morning on the bowling green on Sunday, with bowlers raising vital funds for cancer research. 

Local families got together in Wyangala last Sunday for a Mother's Day Bowling Day and a Biggest Morning Tea.

Local families got together in Wyangala last Sunday for a Mother's Day Bowling Day and a Biggest Morning Tea.

The Mother's Day Bowling event, organised by Wyangala’s Social Bowling Club, doubled as a Biggest Morning Tea for the Cancer Council. 

One of the Directors of the Wyangala Country Club, Dennis Gosper, said it was a great day for all those involved, with 50 people in attendance.

“It was a combined day with the Biggest Morning Tea and Mother’s Day event and it was well attended,” Mr Gosper said. 

“We haven't got a figure yet on how much we raised... but it was a very successful day.” 

Bowlers helped out the Cancer Council by donating to the cause. 

“We asked for a donation of $5 from the mothers,” Mr Gosper said.  

“I think it’s one of the biggest contributors to the Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea in the area this Country Club. We only have a small population and we do really well.” 

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