June 8, 2017
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Audrey has been catching fish since she can remember; it has always been one of her favourite things to do. She spent many hours in the sun fishing and enjoying the fresh air.
Her proudest fishing achievement was reeling in a six pound barramundi at Cattle Creek.
It was Geoffrey’s second time fishing – he was 24 when he went fishing for the first time. His friend told him that he would enjoy it but he actually found it quite boring. Still, it has always been his dream to catch a fish and so he decided to give it another shot.
The Arcare Slacks Creek Community were thrilled when he managed to catch one even though it was a puffer fish. A fish is still a fish!
The Slacks Creek Community’s Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser was a celebration of hope. Conversations flowed throughout the afternoon and stories were shared between friends.
Touching messages were written on paper, reflecting on those who have faced cancer.
The community decided it wasn’t going to be a sad event; rather a gathering to inspire and to celebrate and embrace life.