FUNDRAISER... Maitland’s Letitia Linke with chemotherapy friend Ruth Cece at the Morning Teal event she hosted to raise awareness of ovarian cancer last year. Australians are encouraged to hold fundraisers throughout February for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. FUNDRAISER... Maitland’s Letitia Linke with chemotherapy friend Ruth Cece at the Morning Teal event she hosted to raise awareness of ovarian cancer last year. Australians are encouraged to hold fundraisers throughout February for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

High time for Afternoon Teal

AUSTRALIANS are being asked to host an Afternoon Teal during February for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.

The Afternoon Teals are held each February to raise awareness and much-needed funds for women and their families living with ovarian cancer.

Teal is the international colour for ovarian cancer, so it’s the perfect excuse to pull out the food colouring and bake that cake you’ve needed an excuse to make, organisers said.

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