Cinema fundraiser for Pink Ribbon appeal

Tessa Hughes (left) and Kerry Templer, both of Arrowtown.
Tessa Hughes (left) and Kerry Templer, both of Arrowtown.
Fundraisers (from left) Megan Hughes,   Linda Harrison and Hayley Delport, all of Arrowtown.
Fundraisers (from left) Megan Hughes, Linda Harrison and Hayley Delport, all of Arrowtown.
Attendees (from left) Nic Soper,  of Arrowtown, Carla Spring, of Arrowtown, and Dave van der Zwet...
Attendees (from left) Nic Soper, of Arrowtown, Carla Spring, of Arrowtown, and Dave van der Zwet and Poppy Llewellyn, both of Gibbston.
Guests (from left) Paige Jackson-Smith,  Lindsey Jackson and Toni Okkerse, all of Queenstown....
Guests (from left) Paige Jackson-Smith, Lindsey Jackson and Toni Okkerse, all of Queenstown. Photos by Christina McDonald.

Dorothy Brown's cinema in Arrowtown hosted a fundraiser on Friday night for the Breast Cancer Pink Ribbon street appeal, and many guests wore pink. Unfortunately snow prevented volunteers collecting on the streets of Arrowtown the following day.

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