This event was to assist The Pink Ladies who run a café at the Frankston Hospital with all profits going towards purchase of needed equipment in various departments at the hospital. The Pink Ladies run entirely by local volunteers were celebrating 50 years of support for Frankston hospital and have so far donated over 9 million from their efforts!

RRT’s food sales at the main hospital entrance were all handed over to The Pink Ladies, which in turn will be used to purchase needed equipment. This was RRT’s 4th event with them and they, along with the hospital staff very much appreciated the extra support that was given.

RRT arrived on site a little late, needing to do a fresh bread shop on the way as their regular refreshment coordinator was not able to attend. All the same the team was working well and got set up and cooking slightly ahead of time.

By 9:30 RRT had bacon and egg rolls ready and by 9:15 had sold 15. It was full on from here, adding sausages and hamburgers to the menu from 10:30am onwards. Bacon and egg rolls just kept on going right through to the finish! Seems Macca’s all day breaky is not such a bad idea!!

By 1:30pm  it was slowing and RRT packed up at 2:00pm. A great result overall with $2,260.30 raised for The Pink Ladies. A very successful event!

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