Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Fund raising to help those women affected by breast cancer is so very important. But it can also be fun.. So listen to this and support Chicks in Pink
Friday October 24, Racecourse Road at Ascot is the place to be for breakfast, brunch or lunch. Here's how you can support this worthwhile cause and have a good time doing it.
The Vagelis Cafe/Bar on Racecourse Road is doing an early fundraising breakfast from 7:00 - 8:45 Am with a $35 breakfast with $10 going to Chicks in Pink. Call 3268 4293 to book your table.
Fancy brunch? The Lido in Racecourse Road is brunch from 9:00 - 11:00 AM with a $35 brunch with $10 going to Chicks in Pink! Call 3268 7400 to book your table.
Not an early riser? What about lunch at Baguette in Racecourse Road. Marilyn is offering a $40 lunch with $10 going to Chicks in pink. All the functions will be lots of fun with lucky door prizes and the chance to go into the draw for a fabulous Mazda MX5 roadster from Centenary Mazda and a Bakker diamond valued at $10,000.
I would encourage all those who can to attend this worthwhile project started by Bev (in the picture with me above) from the Lido.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
We're absolutely thrilled that Medicare is now paying rebates for breast postheses. If you have purchased a new prostheses since July 1, this year you can now claim a rebate. If you have private health insurance, you can claim the difference between your refund up to the Medicare limit. We strongly advise you to seek the finer details from Medicare.
Here at the Boutique we have been run off our feet by ladies wanting new prostheses. If you want to take advantage of this great offer, please ring ahead and book in for a fitting.
Fabulous news from our Government.
Monday, September 1, 2008
Well here it is, Monday night in Bundaberg and I have had a busy but very enjoyable morning with the local breast cancer support group. Maxine and her friends made both Mark and I very welcome. While I showed the ladies the very latest in prostheses and swim suits, Mark went walk about around the town looking for new gadgets!. The ladies meet here on the first Monday of every month and have a very warm caring group. The photos show me talking to the group and also Rosemary, Maxine and me.
Posted by Taylor at 6:42 PM
Sunday, August 31, 2008
So Spirit of Life Boutique is on the road again. My husband Mark has loaded the trusty Land Rover to the hilt with Prostheses, Mastectomy Bras and Swim suits and we're headed off to Bundaberg, Queensland today. You see, I had a visit in the Boutique from a lady who was part of a breast cancer support group in Bundaberg. She asked me if we could bring Spirit of Life to town. So tomorrow, Monday we'll be in Bundaberg showing the ladies the latest in breast prostheses and mastectomy swimsuits to the local ladies.
Posted by Taylor at 3:53 PM
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
On the 21st of June the BCAQ (Breast Cancer Association of Queensland) held a breast cancer workshop in Charleville, Western Queensland. BCAQ take to the road every year to educate rural women about breast cancer. Accompanying them on each trip are usually Doctors, Surgeons, Dieticians and other medical professionals. Spirit of Life Boutique are very proud to be associated with theses events and support BCAQ all the way. Below this post is a video of Debra talking about Breast prostheses choices in Charleville. In the picture above right is Debra and Dr Jason Lambley who also spoke at the workshop and below with Breast Care Nurse Cathy Brumpton with a model of the Spirit of Life Boutique Land Rover that she won in the raffle.
Posted by Taylor at 12:37 PM
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Well, it has been a long time between posts.. but here is the latest from Debra at Spirit of Life Boutique. Over the weekend of 17/18th February, Debra and Mark hit the road. And with the support of the Cancer Council of Queensland, held a workshop and fitting session in the Central Queensland city of Rockhampton. ABC local radio interviewed Debra on the subject of what she does... and the response was fabulous with women who heard the interview coming to her workshop.
Getting the message out to rural women that there are fashion choices available to them in the post mastectomy world is Debra's mission. She would like to thank in particular Caroline Humphries who gave up her time on a Sunday to open the Cancer Council office for Debra to hold her workshop.
The women who attended were simply amazed at the variety of pretty lingerie and mastectomy swimwear that Debra had to show to them.
If you're a member of a breast cancer support group.. please let Debra know as you never know when she will coming to your area.
Posted by Taylor at 4:17 PM