Pink Ribbon morning tea

Fiona Shea (left), of Palmerston, and Ally Sipthorn, of Dunedin.
Fiona Shea (left), of Palmerston, and Ally Sipthorn, of Dunedin.
Sharon McCaw (left) and Denise Phillips, both of Palmerston.
Sharon McCaw (left) and Denise Phillips, both of Palmerston.
Helen Dawson (left), of Palmerston, and Sharon Muir, of Ashburton.
Helen Dawson (left), of Palmerston, and Sharon Muir, of Ashburton.
Gay Mills (left), of Palmerston, and Sandra Daniel, of Mosgiel.
Gay Mills (left), of Palmerston, and Sandra Daniel, of Mosgiel.

Palmerston, Friday, July 29

Photos: Gregor Richardson

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