The Hampton Park Bowls Club hosted their fifth annual Pink Ribbon Breakfast last week.

State Labor Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley said she was impressed with the large attendance at the Breakfast and the level of interest in the community about breast cancer awareness.

“During October, I have been visiting events hosted by local community groups and residents and have been impressed by the commitment of local residents, young and old, to breast cancer awareness,” she said

“Congratulations to the ladies at the Hampton Park Bowls Club for once again putting on such an enjoyable event,”

“Each year the entire club gets involved, however special mention must go to Gwen Clough, June Damon, Ellen Smith and Margaret Barker.”

“Their tireless efforts have resulted in well over $5000 being raised over the past five years.”

Gwen Clough, convenor of the Hampton Park Bowls Club’s Pink Ribbon Breakfast, said she was humbled by the continuing success of the event.

“It is always a wonderful experience to host our Pink Breakfast and I was very touched by the positive comments I received from guests,” Ms Clough said

“It was a lovely morning and I am so pleased we were able to raise $900 for such a worthy cause.”