Massive morning tea

MOUNTIES raised more than $10,000 for the Cancer Council as part of this year's Biggest Morning Tea.

The event raised $5433.30 for the Cancer Council. Mounties matched donations dollar for dollar, taking the total to $10,866.

The club's Icing on the Cake Challenge also proved to be successful, with more than 80 contestants entering.

Paul Vu of Condell Park won the novice category and Anna Maria Roche won the professional category.

The People's Choice prize went to Marta Monica Melo-Gavin of Cabramatta West.

In other news in brief:

Punters' problems

NRL legend and ClubSAFE ambassador Nathan Hindmarsh met with more that 100 local club representatives at Smithfield RSL last week to discuss the importance of problem gambling.

Mr Hindmarsh discussed his battle with gambling and how he overcame it, as well as how clubs can better understand and support people who have a gambling problem.

The former Parramatta Eels captain went public about his gambling problem in his 2012 autobiography.

Since then, he has been actively encouraging others to seek help about gambling.

HSC lectures

WHITLAM Library at Cabramatta will hold lectures for HSC students in English and Maths in June.

The English lecture is on Saturday, June 14 and the Maths lecture on Saturday, June 21.

To book your place, visit any Fairfield City Library branch. Cost is $7 per lecture.

Details: 9725 0365.

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