Don your pink gear to help raise funds for breast cancer at the Nepean Business Network breakfast at 7.30pm on Tuesday, November 6, at the Cricket Club, Station Street, Penrith (next to the Centrebet Stadium).
There will be special guest speakers, raffles, champagne and Melbourne Cup sweeps.
The NBN would love to hear from any business able to donate prizes for raffles. Sweep tickets: $10, $20, $50. Raffle tickets: $10 each or three for $20. Details: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karelle Life Enrichment Service has programs for adults with an intellectual disability or learning difficulty. Current programs are RhythMix, Work Preparation, Celebration Banner Art Project and Community for All - a volunteer linkage project. There is also a Carer Support Project. Details: Wendy, 9832 1057.
Praise for project
Lindsay MP David Bradbury has commended the work of Penrith Council and its partners involved in developing the inaugural No Boundaries Project.
The recently launched project is being driven by the artwork of local artists and people with disability.
The federal government contributed $35,000 to the project under the Australia Council for the Arts' Community Partnership funding program.