Pumpkins 4 Cancer returns to Waterdown

WhatsOn Oct 15, 2013 Flamborough Review

The pumpkins are back, which means About Face Salon in Waterdown is once again hosting its Pumpkins 4 Cancer event.

The fundraiser was suspended last year due to the poor harvest, said organizers; with farmers unable to donate, the cost of purchasing pumpkins would have meant fewer dollars to donate.

Instead, Tara Arnold and her staff at the Dundas Street East Spa are gearing up for the fifth annual Pumpkins 4 Cancer on Oct. 26, which promises to be bigger and better than ever.

In addition to pumpkins donated by Parkside Farms, Hanes Corn Maze, Laurenssen Farm and Dyment’s, Beyond the Batter has provided treats that will be sold to raise funds.

All proceeds from the event, which runs throughout the day, will be directed to breast cancer research and support services. As well those who wish to make a cash contribution can drop into the salon and donate at the reception counter.

Pumpkins 4 Cancer returns to Waterdown

WhatsOn Oct 15, 2013 Flamborough Review

The pumpkins are back, which means About Face Salon in Waterdown is once again hosting its Pumpkins 4 Cancer event.

The fundraiser was suspended last year due to the poor harvest, said organizers; with farmers unable to donate, the cost of purchasing pumpkins would have meant fewer dollars to donate.

Instead, Tara Arnold and her staff at the Dundas Street East Spa are gearing up for the fifth annual Pumpkins 4 Cancer on Oct. 26, which promises to be bigger and better than ever.

In addition to pumpkins donated by Parkside Farms, Hanes Corn Maze, Laurenssen Farm and Dyment’s, Beyond the Batter has provided treats that will be sold to raise funds.

All proceeds from the event, which runs throughout the day, will be directed to breast cancer research and support services. As well those who wish to make a cash contribution can drop into the salon and donate at the reception counter.

Pumpkins 4 Cancer returns to Waterdown

WhatsOn Oct 15, 2013 Flamborough Review

The pumpkins are back, which means About Face Salon in Waterdown is once again hosting its Pumpkins 4 Cancer event.

The fundraiser was suspended last year due to the poor harvest, said organizers; with farmers unable to donate, the cost of purchasing pumpkins would have meant fewer dollars to donate.

Instead, Tara Arnold and her staff at the Dundas Street East Spa are gearing up for the fifth annual Pumpkins 4 Cancer on Oct. 26, which promises to be bigger and better than ever.

In addition to pumpkins donated by Parkside Farms, Hanes Corn Maze, Laurenssen Farm and Dyment’s, Beyond the Batter has provided treats that will be sold to raise funds.

All proceeds from the event, which runs throughout the day, will be directed to breast cancer research and support services. As well those who wish to make a cash contribution can drop into the salon and donate at the reception counter.