On Saturday a second fundraiser event was held for the lovely Lisa. Lisa is fighting her cancer head on and to continue the fight she needs financial help. Like last time, in February, I came along and captured the story of the fundraising day itself. Held at Bundoora Park Heritage Village, this event attracted more people and was an even bigger success. Lots of sexy bikes and babes, lots of photographers, lots of prizes to win, lots of lovely hugs. It was a great day and is set to become an annual event.
Lisa, the fabulous chicky in white, despite her recent surgery, made a point to have a great day and to get around and say hello and thank you to as many people as possible.
Your wish, Lisa, was that everyone would walk away feeling a little happier at the end of the day. I would say it most certainly came true.
Love life, indeed.
There she is, Lisa herself.
Some models hanging out by one of the cars.
The sun was pumping, so whoever brought this diffuser along was up there for thinking.
Nice work, boys.
Some of the owners of the cars and bikes.
Everyone was called in for speeches and to draw the raffle.
Darryn is a co-organiser at the right, he worked hard to make this event happen.
Terrence Credlin, left, a champion for Lisa and co-organiser of the event.
Lisa was presented with an unexpected gift.
Everyone wants to see what it is.
Lisa delivered a cracking speech.
She’s selling her awesome Love Life t-shirts.
To buy one click here.
More prizes and goodies.
Not this time, Gary.
You couldn’t have asked for a better day, the Autumn sun was beautiful.
Lisa’s good friend Daniela hopes for a prize.
Yep, that’s me all right.
Lisa’s hugs were in plentiful supply.
Anyone that wanted one, got one.
All right now, back on the job.
Hang on that’s not a model!
That’s Charles, he brought his Rolls Royce.
The day wouldn’t be complete without hair and makeup.
Photographers, assume the position.
Ok I couldn’t resist this little treasure.
Good times, a great day.
It’s uncanny how many photographers you’ll meet that will hate having their picture taken.
And to end on a lovely note, Lisa with her parents Carmel and Shane.
I’d say Shane goes for the laughs in this household.
Lisa it was so great to see you out there moving and shaking your way through the afternoon. Your positive energy and spirit is definitely contagious. Keep going and stay strong!