100% Pure 90s - Thank you

$6,000 raised for brain cancer research in memory of Hannah Philbey

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After their sell out Fringe Shows, The Rollies performed their 90's magic in the name of brain cancer research on Friday 25th October 2019 at the Top of the Ark - The Arkaba Hotel, raising over $6,000 for the NRF.

Lead vocalists Kate Campbell & Emma Gordon-Smith and their amazing 5 piece band, 100% Pure 90's played in front of approximately 250 people, who all attended to help raise vital and life-changing funds for brain cancer research.

Teaming up with NRF in honour of Hannah Philbey, a young mum who passed away from brain cancer, and many others fighting brain cancer.

It was a great night, where guests purchased Hannah's Lights (glow in the dark wrist bands) and we lit up the night in memory of Hannah.

Purchase your Hannah's Light Online Now

If you missed out on purchasing a Hannah's Light wristband, you can still purchase one online, the order form can be found here.

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Thank you

Thank you to everyone who attended, donated and supported the event:

  • Wallaroo Holiday - Carolyn Bussy
  • “My VIP Driver” Return Trip to Molly Dooker
  • Lelbys Bean Bag – Play Pouch Australia
  • Kangarilla Hill Wines
  • Scott Torney – Harcourts Tagni
  • NRF Mark Foster
  • National Motor Museum - Susan Wheeler
  • Organiq by Sally Paech
  • Kasona Flagstaff Hill
  • Larwoods AG Services in Kadina
  • Renew, Restore and Revive by Justine
  • Clark Street Catering
  • Folk and Soul clothing
  • “India House” Restaurant
  • Energ+ gym
  • The Rollies
  • Coopers Brewery

You can still donate here if you could not attend the event.

Please donate to Brain Tumour Research.

Event details
Date and time
Tuesday 29 October 2019

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