The survivor wave before the walk commenced
Mother’s Day is a day of celebration and this was certainly true at the 2018 Tin Can Bay Mother’s Day Classic.
The weather was glorious as more than 70 ‘pink people’ took a stroll around the bay with some keen individuals tackling the 4km run. The leader of the pack was young Chloe Daniels who came in first. Rumour has it, Dad may have stopped at the bakery on the way through!
Best dressed winners, Michael and Robyn Cook were dressed head to toe in pink – nothing says style more than sequins on a Sunday morning!
Social Well-being Councillor, Dan Stewart introduced a minute silence to remember, reflect and relate to the cause, before the pack set off on the walk.
Thank you to everyone who joined in on the day, Ange at the Cove for printing, Tin Can Bay RSL for the donating the PA system and most importantly, the Tin Can Bay SES. Their assistance is integral to the event as it would not be possible without them (and they really looked great in their pink vests!)
To volunteer for the SES, give Meaghan a call on 0438 028 716.