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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : March 18th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, March 19, 2009 29 advertising feature rejuvenate 114 LYONS RD DRUMMOYNE with every Excluding Saturdays & Thursday nights 10 FOILS 2088139K WK38 D'lush hair WINNER 2008 READERS CHOICE AWARD for yolook ANDRA TALESE FROM D'LUSH HAIR IN DRUMMOYNE IS NO STRANGER WHEN IT COMES TO HELPING OTHERS LESS FORTUNAT A E IN THE COMMUNITY. As well as helping fundraising efforts for the World's Greatest Shave, which supports the Leukaemia Foundation, she also supports the Touched by Olivia Foundation and helps with fundraising for local schools and pre-schools. Sandra was in Five Dock to shave one staff member's hair and colour hair for most of the other staff when Cumb Courier Newspaper's Inner newspapers hosted a World W Greatest Shave event last Friday. They helped raise more than $300 for cancer research. Ms Talese, the Inner-West Weekly's 2008 True Local Business Awards A Readers' Choice winner, also donated $50 out of her own pocket. "It's all for cancer research so if anyone can help by raising money, it's for a good cause," she said. "Everyone probably has someone from their family or friends who has been affected by cancer." People from all walks of life have been shaving their heads or colouring their hair to raise money for the care and cure of people living with leukemias, lymphomas and myeloma. Visit www.worldsgreatestshave.com for details or to donate. It's all for cancer research so if anyone can help by raising money, it's for a good cause S Be brave and gy y Who enefits from World's Greatest Shave? The Leukaemia Foundation is the only national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the care and cure of patients and families living with leukemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders. Funds raised during the World's Greatest Shave will ensure the foundation can improve patients' quality of life through personalised and practical care. This includes the provision of 'home away from home' accommodation near major treatment centres, information and emotional support, education and support programs, transportation to and from hospital and practical assistance free of charge. Money raised will also fund vital research into better treatments and cures. Research has made a difference. In the past 20 years, survival rates for children with leukemia has increased significantly, so most children now survive (80 per cent survive 10 years). shave Now Curves works for you, your budget and your community. JOIN FOR FREE WHEN YOU DONATE A BAG OF GROCERIES.* 9712 1340 Curves Wareemba 284 Great North Rd Wareemba 9633 5641 Curves Parramatta Lvl 1 103 George St Parramatta 9747 3445 Curves Strathfield Cnr Liverpool Rd & The Boulevarde Enfield 2010622K wk38
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