Hervey Bay Independent : 18th February 2016
Love conquers all FAMILIES all felt the love on Sunday morning when they joined in on Bayside Transformation’s second annual Valentine’s fun run. Proceeds from the event went towards the residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation centre in Torquay. Participants were dressed head-to-toe in red to run the 6km from Bill Fraser Park to Seafront Oval. Runners enjoyed a sausage sizzle and laugh in the park afterwards. Left to right: Stella Piggott, 3 and Renee Adam are feeling the love at Bayside Transformation’s fun run. Ready to run are brother and sister Ava, 7 and Gabriel Barton, 9. Running for the cause are Chauntal Treyvaud, Jess Went, Grace Phillips and Davida Lavis. Photos: Kim Parnell ABOVE: Kerrie Gleeson poses with Bayside Transformations director Tina Embrey. BELOW: Maria Bertram cruises along the esplanade with friends Candy and Leena. THE INVITATION FOR FREE BREAST SCREENING NOW COVERS WOMEN UP T0 74 IT’S AN INVITATION THAT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE australia.gov.au/breastscreen Hervey Bay Independent, February 18, 2016 | 37 13 20 50 Call The invitation for free breast screening has been expanded to include women aged 70-74. Early detection saves lives. If you’re aged 50-74 you should be screened every two years. If you’re over 75, talk to your GP or health professional to fi nd out if breast screening is right for you. For more information visit the website.
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