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The Wave Ocean Grove Baptist Church staged a very successful morning tea for cancer.
The Colour Our World for Cancer morning tea was held at the church and attended by more than 150 people who had a ball with games, prizes, auctions, food and a scrumptious morning tea.
The vibe was festive and merry, and united in one cause – to help fight cancer.

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