VOLUME 16 Winter 2011
PO Box 1118, West Perth
Western Australia 6872
Telephone: (08) 9340 8330
[email protected]
Family Night Success
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Sir Ian Botham Breakfast
Late last year the Foundation was contacted by
Paul Chapman of Blue Sky Communications &
Profile Management company asking whether
the Foundation wanted to be involved with an
event featuring the legendary cricketer, Sir Ian
Botham, who was in Perth commentating on
the Ashes Test.
Tickets to the pre-play champagne breakfasts,
held at Black Toms and MC’d by Tim Gossage,
sold like ‘hot cakes’.
Paul Chapman sourced a number of sporting
memorabilia items for auction - to name a few
- Ian Botham signed bats, Dennis Lillee limited
edition signed photo and Jeff Thomson signed
Foundation Patron, Justin Langer also kindly
donated some signed bats.
Those that attended heard some interesting
tales from Sir Ian and were very generous in
donating over $9,400 via the auction.
Successful cricket bat bidder Ollie Whittingham of the
Oracle Group with Sir Ian Botham
Get With the Strength
by Wendy Kearns
During December last year I had the pleasure of
meeting with Danielle Kelly-Cook at the Victoria
Park branch of the Commonwealth Bank Australia
to accept, on behalf of the Foundation, a cheque
for $500.00.
The donation was made possible through the
Branch’s Community Engagement Program.
Throughout December branches around the
country donated their time fundraising for local
community groups and charities.
The program offers the staff a chance to become
more visible in the community.
A Big Thank You to all Foundation Supporters
To those people and organisations that have raised funds for the
Foundation - a HUGE thank you for your wonderful support. Without
your assistance we could not continue to fund the life-saving research into
childhood cancers.
Also to those people who have contributed to this edition of the
newsletter - THANK YOU for your efforts, they are greatly appreciated.
And a REALLY big thank you!
To all those wonderful people that have supported the Children’s
Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation (Inc) via either:
Everyday Hero, Go Fundraise or My Cause
THANK YOU for your generosity. It has been really inspiring to have so
many people, from around the world support our cause via your efforts.
Sunday Pram Pushers
Sweat, tears, giggles and balloons
were all part and parcel of
Perth’s biggest pram muster, the
Newmont 2011 Great Pram Push.
On a beautiful sunny April
morning, more than 100 prams
plus parents, grandparents and
kids turned out for the annual
charity walk and fun-run, taking
over the streets of Fremantle in a
bid to raise more than $10,000
for the CLCRF and the Starlight
Children’s Foundation.
Despite the early start, the runners
were not slow off the mark.
Dads & Bubs winner Gary Couanis
set a new Pram Push record,
finishing the 8km run in 29
minutes, 20 seconds, faster than
the previous best time over last
years shortest course.
The Mums & Bubs run category
saw more than 30 mums and tots
line up at the start. Although one
participant’s toddler decided they
were pulling out halfway through,
the Mums also set a cracking
by Rebecca Martin
speed, with Jane Kargotich
crossing first, pushing not one but
two littlies in her double pram.
By far the most popular pushing
category was the 4km Little Takas
Sunday Stroll. Mums, Dads and
Grandparents walked together,
taking in the sights of Fremantle’s
West End, the Esplanade and the
South Mole along the way.
Standouts in this category was
Neil McClure, who despite a
bandaged leg honours as the first
grandparent across the line, and
little Hannah, who pushed her
own little pram the whole walk
alongside her Mum.
Along with giveaways including
coffees, Little Takas nappies,
Newmont Mining caps, bags of
books from Elizabeths Bookshop
and bottles of Rosily Wines,
thousands of dollars worth of
prizes were generously donated.
In the prize pool was a brand
new Mountain Buggy pram
with all accoutrements from
Babyroad, Mountain Buggy
and Safe n Sound, a $2500
photographic prize package from
Viva Photography and a beautiful
Pandora bracelet from Verity
Jewellers at Booragoon.
Most importantly, the day not only
reached the $10,000 target, but
beat it, raising $11,700.
Special mention must be made of
Rae Jas who took the prize for best
fundraiser, single-handedly raising
more than $1000.
And another big thanks to the
army of volunteers that kept the
prams pushing the right way.
Thanks also to the 2011 event
sponsors: Newmont Mining, Little
Takas biodegradable nappies, Scott
Print, Viva Photography, Incite
Fitness and Denboer & Associates.
Looking forward to 2012….
Nautilus Lodge
Since 2004 the Nautilus Lodge
has been strong supporter of the
In March this year we were advised
that the Lodge had handed in their
Charter and therefore were making
one last donation to us. This final
gesture of support was for the sum of
Our very first association with the
Lodge was via the late Mr Gordon
Baron-Hay (who was a lodge member).
Mr Baron-Hay, on more than one
occasion, would visit our office to
kindly hand over their donation.
Our heartfelt sympathy to the
Baron-Hay family for the loss of this
lovely man.
The Woolworths ‘Fresh Food Kids Hospital Appeal’ commences on
August 24 and finishes October 18 2011.
Since 1989 the Staff & Customers of Woolworths (WA) have
supported our Foundation and have raised over $2.9 million
We are truly indebted to them for this incredible generosity.
The Fresh Future Hospital Appeal also supports Perth’s only
children’s hospital - Princess Margaret Hospital.
Please show your support of our two great causes by shopping at
Woolworths - thank you.
We are the Champions
Our third ‘family concert’ was held on Saturday
March 19 in the delightful grounds of Houghton
We had a fantastic turn out with close to 2,000
people attending.
Our entertainment for the evening - Bohemian
Rhapsody (Queen Tribute band) and Tonight’s
the Night - (Rod Stewart tribute) - were truly
amazing, not only in the quality of their
performance but the ‘uncanny’ likeness the lead
singers had to Fred Mercury and Rod Stewart!
Thomas Crane (Freddy Mercury impersonator),
recently appeared on Australia’s Got Talent and
just missed out in getting into the grand final. All
who saw him performing at our Family Night Out
considered him a winner and the rest of Australia
missed the chance to see him provide so much
more than a couple of minutes crammed into a
reality television show.
This event would not be possible without help
from many people.
In particular we want to thank:
Houghton Winery - Ben Clarke and his great
staff. Houghtons also generously donated the cost
of the extra toilets and the lighting towers.
BBC Entertainment - Beth Ormsby for booking
us a great band and children’s entertainer Clare
Stace “Lizzy Dizzy Ladybug”
Hello Call Centre - for sponsoring the Royal Life
Saving Society first aid van
Acclaimed Catering - Mike Cox for the top
quality gourmet hampers.
Australian Protection Services - Brad Smith
and his professional team
Marie Gee - publicity consultant
Twisted Balloons - Mal and Judy
Matt Brenner and family with the ice cream van
Reeces Structures for providing the marquees.
Skylark Face Painting
Swan Valley Animal Farm
It has always been said that this event was created
so that the Foundation could connect with it’s
With that in mind we are extremely delighted to
let you know that over $14,500 was raised from
the night!
2012 Family Concert has been scheduled for
Saturday March 17 2012 at Houghton Winery.
Further details will be included in our Spring
Newsletter (due out Oct/November).
(or at least we like to think so!)
(Above) The Animal
Farm was a hit with
the children as was
Lizzy Dizzy Ladybug
The face painting produced some
spectacular results!
(Below left) Another hit was the
balloon shapes and of course our own
Rod Stewart (below).
(Top photo) Some people go to extremes to get noticed!
(Above) The crowd in full swing on a wonderful night.
(Above) This guy's got talent
and we couldn't keep our
other Freddie out of the
picture (right).
Largesse Dinner #4 - Dear Friends Restaurant
Largesse /lär-‘zhes/
The concept driving Largesse was
to get six West Australian chefs
- and mates - together to create
a memorable evening to show
off the state’s bounty of wine,
produce and culinary talent while
supporting the efforts of local
Largesse #4 was held at Dear
Friends Restaurant in Caversham,
with proceeds being donated to
our Foundation.
The menu for the night was as
Fresh shucked oysters
Jerry Fraser
Roasted rabbit saddle, quail,
cranberries, snails
Stephen Clarke
Clarkes of North Beach
Marron, cucumber, lemon
Hadleigh Troy
Restaurant Amusé
Flank, Rottnest scallop, chilli
caramel, shin floss
Scott O’Sullivan
Red Cabbage Food + Wine
Duck liver and foie gras parfait,
brioche, spiced fig compote
Todd Stuart
Dexter beef, rhubarb, wasabi
Kiren Mainwaring
Dear Friends Restaurant
Jason Jujnovich
The Six Chefs
(L-R) Hadleigh Troy (Restaurant Amusé),
Scott O’Sullivan (Red Cabbage Food + Wine), Todd Stuart (Origins),
Kiren Mainwaring (Dear Friends), Jason Jujnovich (Divido) and
Stephen Clarke (Clarkes of North Beach)
A small auction was also held
with unique item’s donated by:
A Sheer Delight - signed Lord
Wedgewood ‘Jasper Bowl’
Showcase Jewellers – mens watch
Four Cooking Classes (each
valued at $100) with Vince
Garreffa of Mondo Butchers
Pearl Necklance from Cape York
We are delighted to announce
that after some spirited bidding
$11,720 was raised for the
Foundation from this event.
A big thank you to all concerned,
particularly to Kelli & Kiren from
Dear Friends for hosting the
Also thanks to Val Stopp for
organising the auction items.
For those of you that might like
to check out the beautiful Dear
Friends Restaurant their website is
Catching up on the news on the web
Drop in and have a look
The page highlights the work of the Foundation and is updated regularly
with information about Fundraising Events, news of the Foundations work,
staff etc.
A membership application and bequest form is also included for those
wishing to support the work of the Foundation. Simply print out the forms,
fill in the details and post to address shown.
For the latest Foundation news check out our webpage!
This site is updated and managed by Phil Solomon of Topshelf.
Phil receives no payment for this service and we are very appreciative of his
kind support.
Munda Biddi Charity Bike Ride 2011
On April 11 this year WA rodeo
competitors Tammy Kinney,
Bronwyn Hill and Elise Croft
traded their beloved horses
for mountain bikes when they
commenced day one (of 10) of
the Munda Biddi bike trail.
The Munda Biddi bike trail
currently runs through the
Darling Ranges between
Mundaring and Nannup (almost
The girls aimed to make it to
Nannup by April 20, requiring an
average of about 60km per day.
This doesn’t sound like much in
road-biking terms, but the terrain
through the Darling Ranges was
hideous (in a number of parts,
at least), leaving Bronwyn to
thoroughly curse the absence of
their horses.
They continued to tough it out,
however, with the knowledge
that their support man, Barry
Chapman, would have the
majority of their sleeping and
cooking gear waiting for them
each evening.
They also had plenty of
inspirational (and funny)
moments along the way,
• the daily dose of Biltong
(beef Jerky) kindly donated
by DJ Gourmet;
• the one chance they had to
use a real flushing toilet (in
• the moment when Elise took
the wrong track, resulting
in a directly uphill 2km
deviation; and
• the moment when Tammy
made the girls walk uphill
for 1km off the Munda Biddi
(on a 75km day) to view the
“King Jarrah tree”.
Tammy, Bronwyn and Elise
all had numerous falls. Elise’s
were mainly from a stand-still
when she forgot that her feet
were clipped into the pedals,
Tammy’s were mostly as a result
of the “cursed pea gravel”
and Bronwyn mostly whilst
attempting spectacular downhill
The girls managed to fundraise
just over $3,000.00 for the
Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer
Research Foundation (Inc) and
would specially like to thank:
• Neil Chapman for donating
the majority of their food for
the trip;
• Barry Chapman for his
invaluable assistance as
support man;
• Kott Gunning Lawyers,
Minepower and Kane Parker
for their extremely generous
donations to CLCRF;
• DJ Gourmet for the steady
supply of biltong;
• Auto Cheap Midland for
the donation of products to
assist with the raffle drawn
at Mogumber Rodeo; and
• All of the staff at Kott
Gunning Lawyers for their
individual donations.
Editors note:
On behalf of the Foundation
a very big thank you for your
tremendous effort and support.
Clued-up cows tune in at 9 o’clock
by Denis Gray
The pleasure experienced by being afloat on a beautiful river
shortly after sunrise and in the company of friends, is further
enhanced with the knowledge it has an even greater purpose: that
is raising funds for this wonderful Foundation.
Despite - or possibly because of - a promise of showers on Monday
April 11, seventeen members of Mandurah Over 55s Canoe Club,
‘The Grey Dolphins’ mustered for their annual fund-raising paddle
on Peel Region’s Murray River. At 7am, suitably clad and provisioned, three of the Club’s most
Peel Region’s Murray Bend launching
intrepid members launched their kayaks at Murray Bend Ramp and
ramp late morning Monday April 11
paddled east to Pinjarra and back, completing a round trip of 30km.
At 9am, a lone lady, Mrs Trudi Dor, launched from the Pinjarra
Ramp and paddled down stream to Murray Bend, completing
a trip of 15km. Also around 9am a further 13 members set out
from from Murray Bend to paddle up-river to its junction with the
Dandelup River where they dis-embarked for morning tea at a
place often referred to as “Cowpat Flat”.
Here, the morning sound of birds in song and the ripples of a
flowing river were broken by the sound of a radio playing. With
no visible human habitation in the surrounding area, had the cows
tuned in to the 9 o’clock news?
Content with another morning well
Back at Murray Bend ‘camp’ other members, for a variety of
spent, members relax in sunshine as it
reasons, did not join the paddling activity but instead set to and
filters through gum trees close to the
prepared a fitting ‘banquet’ for their club mates as each staggered
river bank.
ashore exhausted and hungry.
This year’s event raised a total of $1425 which included $510 donated by two Canoe Club ancillary
organisations: Mandurah Book Club ($210) and the Craft & Needlework Group ($300).
Our Foundation has a new home
Foundation Chairman, Mr Geoff Cattach, today announced that the Children’s
Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation has purchased a new administration
office suite situated at Suite 3, 100 Hay Street, Subiaco.
Mr Cattach stated “given the future uncertainty of tenure at Princess Margaret
Hospital for Children and the proposed new children’s hospital at the QE2 medical
centre, the Foundation chose to be proactive and secure our own premises rather
than hope for the provision of office facilities at either hospital site”.
“We are delighted that our acquisition not only looks after our future administration
needs but at the same time is a significant investment in an appreciating asset”.
The Foundation’s Executive Officer, Andrea Alexander, stated
“that it was an exciting time for the Foundation and the new
facility would enhance community relationships and provide
greater service to members”.
A current refurbishment is being undertaken and it is hoped that
our administration team will take up occupancy mid-September
Please note that our postal address will still be PO Box 1118,
West Perth WA 6872
But our new street address (from mid-Sept) will be Suite 3
100 Hay Street, Subiaco 6008
Our telephone number (currently 9340 8330) will be changed
and we will advise our supporters of this soon.
Bike Trek 2010
The 2010 Rotary-Lions South West Bike Trek raised $66,420,
a truly remarkable effort considering the economic situation
of the time.
The Trek started in Perth on October 17 and finished in
Augusta Saturday October 2. Approximately 15 riders
completed the whole Trek with many riders joining for
sections along the journey. There were stop over’s at Pinjarra,
Harvey, Bunbury, Busselton, Margaret River and then of
course Augusta.
Various service clubs from Rotary, Lions, Business and
Professional Women’s contributed along the way with
meals and financial support.
Several Shires supported the Bike Trek and the Harvey
Primary School raised funds and joined the Trek for a
short stretch. During this ride they were supported by
the local police.
Many organisations and volunteers have contributed
to the Bike Trek and our sincere thanks go to them all.
There are too many participants and supporters to list
but the Foundation assures them the funds raised will
be used in a very prudent and proper manner for the
cause of continuing research into childhood cancers.
The 2010 Rotary-Lions South West Bike Trek has now
raised a total of $386,000 since it commenced in
Once again, many thanks to the riders who gain
sponsorship and to the dedicated members of the
organising committee and volunteers that manage
the Trek throughout the entire year.
Help us Spread the word.....
The Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation (Inc.) now has an exciting range of
merchandise that you can buy and help us spread the word about the Foundation.
All items are of the highest quality with a money back guarantee. Just use the order form on the facing
page or log onto the Foundation’s website at for further information
Drink bottles
Stubbie holders
Adult 750ml & childrens 500ml
Two bottle
wine holders
12 can cooler bag
Deluxe cooler bag
Cost has been kept to a minimum to allow you to help us
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Adult or childrens, red or navy
Polo shirts
Childrens T shirts
Adult or childrens,
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Red or navy
Travel rugs
$10.00 $11
CLCRF 30th Anniversary
Engraved Wine Glasses
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Provident’s Biggest Morning Tea
Our Provident Financial
Services Team, based in
Nedlands, showed their
true community spirit and
joined the fight against
childhood cancer by
organising a morning tea
during the month of May.
We were inspired to do
this by a lovely little boy,
Ryker, who is currently
undergoing treatment for
His mum works for
Provident and is presently
on leave.
Together with our
colleague’s family and
friends we have raised more
than $600 to support this
wonderful Foundation.
Thank you to all those who
participated on the day for
your support.
(L-R) Peter McDonald, Sharyn Rule, Carolyn Stubbs with Ryker and Simon Carter
Subiaco Football Club
In December 2010 the Subiaco Football Club held an
Ashes Function.
The Foundation was nominated beneficiary from this
event and early in 2011 a cheque was presented to
Andrea from Peter Capes, the CEO of Subiaco Football
Our thanks to Subi for their continued support!
(L-R) Peter Capes (CEO), Travis Kalin, Ben Haywood,
Brooke Edwards, Andrew McBean & Andrea Alexander.
by Olivia Russell
The Bootscooting group have been busy
again, raising $162 during their social held at
the Jack Healy Centre in Kalamunda. Besides
scooting their boots those present enjoyed
a performance from Marie Haselmore who
sang for them. Marie lost her sister to cancer
and does a lot to support cancer research.
Thanks Marie.
Taj’s Perfect Ten for Sick Kids
While competing in the April 2011 Telstra Drug Pro at
Margaret River, WA surfing legend, Taj Burrow, smashed
an awesome wave with the perfect score of 10 in heat 4.
Later that day Taj took time out to sign and donate one of
his competition surfboards to the Children’s Leukaemia &
Cancer Research Foundation.
Andrea was on hand to receive the board and said “Taj’s
performance was amazing and he is a true hero and
winner in our eyes”.
Kokoda Trek - 2011 ANZAC Day
by Brad Jones
• Courage • Endurance • Sacrifice • Mateship
It was an amazing journey, the magnificent scenery was just a bonus. Learning the history and meeting the
beautiful people made us all aware of the sacrifices that were made to deliver us the world in which we live
It was a challenging trek physically and mentally
but the spirit the Kokoda track possesses ensured
that we would complete the journey refreshed.
Courage, Endurance, Sacrifice, Mateship.
These words represent the commitment made
by the Australian soldiers throughout the Kokoda
All children and their families that suffer from
leukaemia and cancer display these characteristics
daily. And like the Kokoda campaign young lives
are lost well before their time, denying the world
a piece of its future.
Thank you to everyone that donated towards the
cause of raising awareness and funds that will help
in finding a way to beat these terrible diseases.
Over $6,738 was raised by the Kokoda Trekkers!
National Insurance
Brokers Assocation (WA)
At NIBA’s annual Christmas Lunch, held in
December last year, Andrea was presented
with a donation of $3,200 being proceeds
from the
Gala-Lunch held in May at the Burswood
Convention Centre.
NIBA have been very committed supporters
of the Foundation, since 1997 they have
donated $70,400 to support research into
childhood cancers.
This continued generosity from NIBA
members has played a unique part in our
research endeavours and we are very grateful
for their benevolence.
Generosity of Foundation Member
By Andrea Alexander
I was recently notified that one of our members,Mrs
Nathalie Jahn, aged 93, had passed away in March
this year.
Mrs Jahn was a very committed supporter of
the Foundation and had been a member of the
Foundation since 1997.
Unbeknown to the Foundation Mrs Jahn had left
a significant bequest in her will to the Children’s
Leukaemia & Cancer Research Foundation (Inc).
Our sincere condolences to the Jahn Family on their
recent loss - we are deeply touched by Mrs Jahn’s
Her legacy will greatly assist our Foundation to
continue to fund the vital research work into
childhood cancers.
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Travelling Friends
and Holiday Record
This book is a ‘Must Have’ for the
travelling retirees and holiday-makers.
It keeps all those names, addresses and other
little bits of information gathered along the
way in one compact record.
Frien ds
My husband, Allan, and I started our caravan holidays in 2003, spurred
on by the loss of three special people to cancer.
We decided to start travelling and see more of our wonderful country
rather than wait until retirement because you never know what is
ahead in life.
Since then more of our friends and relatives have unfortunately had
to undergo treatment for cancer.
When we heard about the Children’s Leukaemia & Cancer Research
Foundation we thought it would be a great idea to donate part of
the proceeds from the sale of this book and bookmarks to this very
worthwhile Foundation.
Children are our future and if we can help in any small way then
writing this book would have an extra worthwhile purpose.
On our travels we have met many friendly and interesting people
and some of these have now become good friends with whom we
have exchanged contact details. Instead of just writing their details
on a loose piece of paper which has a good chance of becoming
lost or, as I prefer, misplaced, we decided to write them all in one
June Foote
During our travels we also keep a record of fuel, accommodation,
daily expenses and trips as a permanent record of our adventures.
As well as being a journal it also helps as a reference should we travel the same route again. It enables us to
check where we were able to buy cheaper fuel and the caravan parks we have previously visited.
This book is a combination of all this information as a way of recording many happy memories.
You can enjoy making this book part of your travels and in years to come you can look back at all the
wonderful memories of your holidays and the friends you have met along the way.
Perhaps we will meet you somewhere on our travels. HAPPY TRAVELLING.
June Foote
Travelling Friends becomes
& Holiadlifetime
memento of places visitedRand
rd recall
treasured memories of your journeys on
the open road. It also records the various
expenses incurred whilst touring around.
A truly worthwhile
investment for
Happy Wanderers.
ORDER FORM (Please use block letters)
Please post to: A & J Foote, Travelling Friends, 5 Corsair Place, Padbury, Western Australia 6025
Part proceeds from the sale of this
Suburb________________________________________________ State_________
book and bookmarks
will be donated
to the:
Phone_____________________ Email_________________________________________________________
Children’s Leukaemia
& Cancer
Please send me _________ Travelling Friends books @ $19.95 each
Plus Postage & Handling @ $4.00 per book
Research Foundation (Inc.)
PO Box 1118, West Perth, WA 6872
I have enclosed my cheque/money order (payable to A & J Foote) for a total cost of $____________
To become a member or donate to this very worthwhile
Please allow 14 days for processing and postage
Foundation visit:
Online banking available - please contact us for bank account details.
Telephone: (08) 9401 1043 Mobile: 0417 553 320 Email: [email protected]