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High Tea by the Sea

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Breast Cancer Cure Research Trust - High Tea by the Sea

Saturday 27 October will see Pacific Shores Estate in Papamoa come alive with a “High Tea by the Sea” in aid of the Breast Cancer Cure Research Trust.

A wonderful afternoon of tasty morsels, delectable wines, sumptuous fashion and toe-tapping entertainment.

Organiser Jules Bly states “There’s something for everyone, with emcee for the day as none other than ‘Nothing Trivial’ star, Mr Shane Cortese, and just because we’re making everything bigger and better we’ve got another big surprise celebrity guest.

“We have entertainment provided by local duo Deelizious, and a silent auction will add to the fun and excitement for the day while helping to raise money to help the Breast Cancer Cure Research Trust with their goal to help find a cure for cancer. “

Auction items include:

4 hour cruise on Tauranga harbour on the Luxury launch ‘Providence’ for 25 people

Adventure package. A flight for 2 people in a classic plane courtesy of Classic Flyers, lunch for 2 at the Classic Flyers café, tour through the Classic Flyers museum, swim with the Dolphins for 2 courtesy of Butlers Swim with Dolphins.

A $500 voucher from Bettie Monroe www.bettiemonroe.co.nz to spend in store however you choose plus $150 voucher from Velvet Steps Shoe store Once you’re styled in your new fab look you’ll be able to pop into Temptations Lingerie and Swimwear with your voucher for $150. Finish your day with Dinner for two at The Drawing Room.

Gym membership package courtesy of Ocean Blue Gym, Palm Beach Plaza, Papamoa Package includes two, 3 month Gold memberships, two sports massages, two sports bags and caps.

Jules Bly stated “The 2012 High Tea by the Sea would not have been possible without the generosity from sponsors, of whom there are many. Our major sponsors this year are The Skin Centre, Legacy Trust, Medex Radiology & Treasury Wine Estates “

Tickets to the 2012 High Tea by the Sea are available from Bettie Monroe, 102 Maunganui Road or The Skin Centre, 171 Cameron Road, Tauranga.

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