MIA cotton farmers have been getting into the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month by raising money to go towards the Jane McGrath Foundation

Vincent Dwyer
Updated October 18 2022 - 4:47pm, first published October 13 2022 - 11:00am
McGrath Breast Care Nurse Fiona Shields says community support means she can keep supporting patients through their cancer experience. Photo is contributed
McGrath Breast Care Nurse Fiona Shields says community support means she can keep supporting patients through their cancer experience. Photo is contributed

MIA farmers have been getting into the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness month by selling pink cotton module wrappings, with money raised going towards the McGrath Foundation.

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Vincent Dwyer

Vincent Dwyer

Journalist

Vincent Dwyer is a journalist at The Ararat Advertiser. Doesn't mind the odd Seinfeld episode. You can reach him at vincent.dwyer@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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