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2023 Fundraiser Breakfast... Breakfast provides major boost for Read The Play programs

By Vinnie van Oorshot
Times News Group

ALMOST 300 attendees gathered at GMHBA Stadium last Friday (August 4) for local youth mental health service Read The Play’s annual Fundraising Breakfast.

The event was led by Read The Play general manager Michelle Gerdtz and Geelong Cats legend and premiership player Cameron Ling providing his services as Master of Ceremonies.

VFL/AFL figure and football mastermind Neil Balme alongside his son and documentary filmmaker Will Balme, headlined a panel of speakers, in addition to Read The Play ambassadors Geelong United Supercat Sarah Elsworthy and Geelong Cat Claudia Gunjaca.

Read The Play general manager Michelle Gerdtz said she was amazed at the generosity and support from the 267 people that attended the breakfast on Friday morning…

Click to read more via The Geelong Times

Photo Gallery Michael Chambers, Geelong Times

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