Pink Ladies host annual bazaar

The Pink Ladies Volunteer Corps annual Tea and Bazaar will be held at the Family Life Centre, Saturday, 28 November from 2-5pm.

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Raffle tickets will be on sale to win this Christmas quilt made by the Pink Ladies craft group depicting the 12 days of Christmas.

The event will feature a variety of stalls including country kitchen, crafts, children’s corner, white elephant sale and a raffle.

A variety of entertainment items featuring the Cayman National Choir and Earl La Pierre are planned for visiting patrons by the Pink Ladies.

During the event, the Pink Ladies will be serving hot homemade tea throughout the evening. This has been sponsored by the Jacques Scott group of companies and Island Supply.

Tickets for the tea and bazaar will be on sale outside local supermarkets up until the day of the bazaar. Tickets are also available from Pink Ladies at the Pink Hibiscus Coffee Shop and at the George Town Hospital.

In addition, raffle tickets will be on sale with the chance to win a beautiful handmade Christmas quilt made by the Pink Ladies craft group.

Tickets for the tea are $5 adults and $3 for children over 4 years old. Raffle tickets are $3 each or two for $5.

The tea bazaar and the coffee shop are two main fundraising functions of the Pink Ladies which bring in major funds for the organisation.

The money is then donated back into the community through support of various projects and groups such as The Pines Retirement Home, NCVO Foster Home, Miss Nadine’s pre-school, Jack & Jill Nursery, NCVO Telethon, Cayman Hospice Care, GT Hospital, Special Olympics, Cayman Crisis Centre, Cayman Islands Cancer Society and Lighthouse School and lunches at a number of local schools.

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