State Labor Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley has congratulated students from Narre Warren South P-12 College for going pink.

Over the course of a week students participated in a range of activities, culminating in a mini-field of women to raise breast cancer awareness and funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia.

Ms Graley said that was she thrilled and extremely impressed by the students commitment to such a fantastic cause.

“In just one short week these extraordinary young men and women raised $1780 for Breast Cancer Network Australia and got their family and friends discussing the devastating impact breast cancer has on the local community,”

“It was a tremendous effort and I thank everyone who got involved and did their bit to support those affected by breast cancer.”

Di Parkinson, a teacher at Narre Warren South P-12 College said the week was a great success and demonstrated the importance of raising awareness of breast cancer amongst young women.

“Students were able to have a great time, whether it be dressing pink, hitting the pink
carpet or participating in our mini-field of women,”

“Our Year 11 and 12 female students even had the opportunity to speak with Judith
about her experience with breast cancer and the impact it had on her life,”

“It was a fantastic week and our students should be very proud of what they