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Pink at Atmos!
19 May 2023 • 11:30 am - 3:00 pm
Join us this May for Pink at Atmos!
Friday May 19th I 11.30am – 3.00pm I Shoal Bay Country Club
Atmos brings the traditional architecture and relaxing atmosphere of the Greek islands to Shoal Bay, overlooking the stunning shores of Shoal Bay while feasting on delicious Greek food and raising funds for Hunter people going through breast cancer.
Tickets are $120 and include:
– Greek banquet dining experience at the beautiful Atmos Restauraunt
– Bubbles on arrival
– Prizes to be won – including best dressed chosen by guests! (Event Hosts & HBCF Volunteers will short list best dressed guests on the day to host a fashion parade around the room – guests get to choose best dressed – prize to be won.
– Event hosts – Melanie Sargeant & Michelle Gray
– Entertainment – Musician Duo – Bree Young & Khiara Paris – @Breey_ & @khiaraparis
Bus Transport: Additional $25.00
Bus pick-up & drop off points:
– McDonald Jones Stadium – 294 Turton Rd, Broadmeadow NSW 2292
Pick up time: Arrive by 10.00am for 10.20am departure. Bus leaving Atmos Shoal Bay approximately 3.20pm to arrive back at 4.20pm.
– Raymond Terrace District Cricket Club – 15 Peter Dron St, Raymond Terrace NSW 2324
Pick Up time: Arrive by 10.30am for 10.40am departure. Leaving Atmos Shoal Bay 3.20pm to arrive back at approximately 4.10pm
Dress Code: Fashion Forward – great excuse to get dressed up! Don’t head to the shop, head to your wardrobe & pull out those outfits that are dying to be worn again – here’s your excuse to wear it!
Best dressed shortlist will be chosen on the day for a mini fashion parade around the room, guests will cheer for the winner & prize to be won.
Why Come Along?
Hunter Breast Cancer Foundation provides practical support services for people and their families in the Newcastle & Hunter region navigating breast cancer so they can focus on getting through their treatment and recovery.
It is our mission to replicate the assistance that people would receive during their breast cancer journey, to ensure that our local community is supported during such a challenging time. Our supportive care services are practical and immediate. We have worked hard with local nurses, doctors, patients and psychologists to ensure the services we provide will be most beneficial to our clients.
Our services include everything from a wig library, private transport, cleaning and lawn maintenance, exercise programs, comfort cushions for post-surgery, support groups and much more.
We are 100% funded by our local community, and we receive no government funding and have no sister charity to support us.
HBCF is already supporting more than 250 local families providing approximately 3500 support services each year and with cancer diagnoses rising, this number will only continue to increase.