Organisers of the Girls Big Night In at Crookwell Golf Club are throwing their hands together after another successful year.
The fun event raised an incredible $4360.75 for breast cancer research, adding to the $13,000 it had already raised.
A total of 77 women supported the fourth annual Girls Big Night In, which included dinner, drinks, games and plenty of health information.
Crookwell Golf Club also helped the good cause by throwing in $5 for each person who attended.
"Wow, what a night. Congratulations to all the ladies who attended. It was a wonderful success," organiser Sallie Zilko said.
"The ladies who have attended these events are to be congratulated for their generosity and commitment to making the world a better place without breast cancer.
"Statistics show that one in seven ladies will have a diagnosis before they reach 85.
"The National Breast Cancer Foundation has stated that they hope that research and development will reach zero deaths by 2030.
"Let's all hope that this goal is achieved and see you next year!"
There were many prizes up for grabs on the night.
The first prize: accommodation at Hillcrest, Binda, valued at $2000, was won by Miriam Ball.
Second prize: an accommodation package at Jervis Bay Caravan Park, valued at $650, was won by Clare Seligman.
And third prize: a $150 voucher for The Argyle Inn, Taralga, was won by Christine Seaman.
Ms Zilko thanked Mirielle Turner and Maggie Rikard-Bell for their help with the event.
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