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Knitting for a cause

CLICKETY Click crafters from Tarwin Lower and Venus Bay have just sent off a beautiful array of hand crafted scarves, beanies, throw rugs, footy socks, baby jackets, small jumpers and sleeping bags to the new Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre this month.
The Clickety Click knitting and crocheting group was formed by Joan Harloff who started making throw rugs for Peter MacCallum Cancer patients both old and new in 2002.
Members of the group have been meeting weekly on Tuesdays from 1pm – 3pm at Venus Bay Community Centre for the past four years to knit and crochet together for Peter MacCallum Cancer patients.
New members are always welcome to join the group and be part of the knitters club or if you would like to donate a ball of wool or yarn or donate $2.50 for balls to be purchased then please contact Joan on 5663 7474 for further details.

Craft for cancer: from left members of the Clickety Click knitting and crocheting group from Tarwin Lower and Venus Bay Anda Everitt, Anne McIntyre, founder Joan Harloff, Helen Ohia, Mary Hartshorn, Liz Martin enjoy creating gifts for Peter MacCallum Cancer patients.

Craft for cancer: from left members of the Clickety Click knitting and crocheting group from Tarwin Lower and Venus Bay Anda Everitt, Anne McIntyre, founder Joan Harloff, Helen Ohia, Mary Hartshorn, Liz Martin enjoy creating gifts for Peter MacCallum Cancer patients.

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