HUNDREDS packed into Clonlea Park on Sunday morning for the fourth annual Gawler Mother’s Day Classic event.
THIS year’s Gawler Mother’s Day Classic was another success, with around 900 people taking part on Sunday morning to help raise funds for breast cancer research.
WHEN mum of four Terri Young decided to take part in the Gawler Mother’s Day Classic event, she was overwhelmed to have such a large team of more than 40 friends, co-workers and relatives ready and willing to join her in support.
RAISING vital funds for breast cancer research, as well as helping local mums to have a fantastic Mother’s Day, has motivated Gawler’s Renee Platt to continue hosting the Gawler Mother’s Day Classic into its third year.
GAWLER hosted one of the largest regional Mother’s Day Classics in Australia on Sunday, with more than 1000 people turning out to Clonlea Park for the local fundraising event.
THE organiser of last year’s local staging of the Mother’s Day Classic is hoping to double the event’s
success when it’s held for the second time, next month.
More than 700 people turned out on Sunday to support the inaugural Gawler Mother’s Day Classic, raising about $13,000 for breast cancer research.
THIS Mother’s Day, Renee Platt is raising money for breast cancer research as a way of paying it forward for her daughter’s generation.