‘Breast Friends’ cookbooks on sale at Castlegar Safeway May 1

Breast Friends, a group of 10 seasoned women from Foam Lake, Sask., have authored and published four national best-selling cookbooks.

Breast Friends, a group of 10 seasoned women from Foam Lake, Sask., have authored and published four national best-selling cookbooks.

Since 2004 their cookbooks have generated $1.15 million in donations all across the country.All donations are used in supporting cancer-related programs, equipment, clinics, etc.

On Sunday, May 1 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Breast Friends cookbooks will be available at Castlegar Safeway. The first three cookbooks contain more than 400 different and delicious recipes, original photos, quotes, quips, thought-provoking stories, and cancer information. The cost is $20 and all net proceeds from sales will be presented in memoriam to Castlegar Relay for Life (held in mid-June.)

Thank for supporting this incredible group of women, as well as the local unit of Canadian Cancer Society.

Thank you, Brian at Castlegar Safeway for being such an accommodating and community-minded business person.

 

Gwen Chernenkoff-Pegg

Unit President, Canadian Cancer Society

Castlegar

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