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Some East Auckland eateries will be blushing this month to back the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
Franchise owners Song Yu, Maggie Yang and Sohel Chimbaiwala's Robert Harris cafes in Botany will be decked in pink throughout May to support the foundation's biggest fundraising campaign, the Pink Ribbon Breakfast.
The coffee bars will display donation buckets, QR codes for digital donating and merchandise for sale.
Limited edition Pink Ribbon Breakfast reusable cups can be bought for $13 with all profits going to the foundation.
The cafes will host an all-day Pink Ribbon Breakfast on Friday.
The value of every coffee ordered with an item from the breakfast menu will be donated to the foundation.
Did you use to belong to the 1st Auckland Cavell Girl Guide Unit?
If so, the brigade wants to hear from you!
The 1st Auckland Cavell Girl Guide Unit turns 100 in July and is still seeking old girls to join the celebrations.
One of the first girl guide units to be formed in Auckland, the group is gearing up to commemorate its centenary.
A social afternoon is planned for July 3, kicking off at 2pm with historic guiding activities such as knot tying and making arm slings.
Guests will be treated to afternoon tea and a birthday cake before photographs are taken of the girls.
The day will end with a singalong around the campfire.
The next day, a church parade will march through St Andrews Church, Epsom, where the unit has been meeting since 1921.
Parishioners are invited to a morning tea after the procession.
The unit, initially known as the St Andrew's Peace Scout Group, is believed to be the first guide company which has kept going since it was launched.
It all started when eighteen-year-old Mona Burgin wrote to the Dominion chief scout Colonel Cosgrove, a New Zealand Boer War veteran, asking about Girl Peace Scouts.
He arranged to meet her in Queen St, Auckland and wrote she would recognize him by the red flower in his buttonhole.
Soon after the meeting Burgin formed the troop on July 6.
Girl Peace Scouts wore khaki uniforms and the St Andrews troop wore a red open-ended tie.
In 1923, the Dominion Council became affiliated with the original Girls Guides Association in London.
*Former unit members can email firstname.lastname@example.org for details of the centenary.