Rangiora HRC Pink Ribbon High Tea

The Rangiora Harness Racing Club will be hosting a Pink Ribbon High Tea this Sunday to help raise funds and awareness for the Breast Cancer Foundation.

The club is taking part in the Pink Ribbon campaign this year to help support Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand’s vital work.

The main difference being that instead of a traditional breakfast, the club will host a special high tea to be held during the race meeting.

Running from 12noon to 4.30pm this Sunday at the Rangiora Racecourse, patrons are encouraged to dress up for a special day of fundraising and cause awareness.

Tickets are $75.00 each, of which $20.00 goes towards the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation.

Get your friends together and glam yourselves up for a fabulous afternoon’s entertainment. 

Tables of 6 and 10 are available and you’ll receive a glass of bubbles on arrival. 

The Club will also be offering prizes for best dressed and much more, and are grateful for the generous prize donations from the community.

After entering the early bird draw when purchasing tickets, Jean Fahey was drawn as the winner of a luxurious ride to the race track in an Airpark Limousine thanks to Airpark Canterbury.

The money raised on Sunday will be used to fund research projects and medical grants to help improve the survival rate, as well as support patients and their families during treatment and recovery.

Donate today to help make zero deaths from breast cancer a reality.

https://pinkribbonbreakfast.co.nz/page/rangioraharnessracingclub

To book your tickets please Phone: 021-738-007 or email: [email protected]

 

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