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23 March 2018 | Charity, Food, Media | RiverBank Estate

Lifeline Charity Brunch

Published in The Sunday Times Magazine on 25th March 2018

It was a day of milestones at this year’s Aspinall Family Lifeline Brunch held in the backyard of Vince and Anne Garreffa’s Mount Lawley home, with Vince putting his signature ponytail on the chopping block for charity. Mineral Commodities executive chairman Mark Caruso paid $6000 to chop the lock off with a meat cleaver and Marilyn New forked out $1000 to watch. All up, the snip raised $19,000, adding to the whopping $452,000 raised on the day and the $3 million since the event’s inception 22 years ago.
Di Bauwens

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