Border Sisterhood Ladies Day Fundraising Luncheon

A group of local community minded women have formed a group call Border Sisterhood and have raised some much needed funds for UMFC.

A massive thanks for to Tracy Hicks, Steph Garoni, Tracey Wortmann, Kylie King, Karen Randall, Georgia Randall and Jan Bence for putting on such a wonderful event, raising an outstanding amount of $18,450 on the day.

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