Rainbow of Hope dinner at Urunga

THE ‘Rainbow of Hope – Support a Cure for Cancer' dinner was held at Anchor's Wharf Café, Urunga, on September 25.

The event, with 90 guests in attendance, helped raise more than $7000 for the Cancer Council.

Organisers would like to thank Steven and Denise Ryan (owners of Anchor's Wharf Café) and their family for hosting the event under difficult circumstances. Mr Ryan's brother-in-law, John Roberts, passed away suddenly. Those in attendance at the dinner expressed their heartfelt sympathies to the Roberts and Ryan families.

The organisers would also like to thank the following supporters for contributing to the success of the night: the band Fabric, who provided fabulous music for the evening; the master of ceremonies, Guy Saddleton, from Guy Saddleton Real Estate, Bellingen; Rainbow Bikes in Coffs; Sawtell on the Beach; Coffs Harbour Golf Club; Paris Skye in Bellingen; The Bellingen Healing Centre; Kakadu; Jack Simmons Menswear in Coffs; Sumpré Shoes; Kaboodle Beauty and Hairdressing – Sawtell and Bellingen, and; Tanya's Unique Hair Studio. Thanks also to local Sawtell restaurants Barrels, Fig, Split and the Beach Café.

Special thanks to the following individuals for their donations to the evening: Brent Banning and Carmen Steane and, of course, a huge thanks to all in attendance for your generous support of Rainbow of Hope.



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