Orange is turning pink this month to raise money for the McGrath Foundation and breast care nurses, and several events are taking part in the Pink Up Your Town initiative including wine festival events and charity golf days.
On Friday, there will be a Pink Up Wine in the Vines event that will raise money for the cause. Ticket sales are now closed.
On Sunday at 9am, golfers will tee-off for the Alan Gordon Memorial Charity Golf Day at Orange Ex-Services' Country Club.
The golf day will be a two-person ambrose and participants are encouraged to put on their best pink outfit to raise money and awareness for the McGrath Foundation.
There will also be a barbecue, prizes for competition winners and for the most outstanding outfit.
Club representative John Davis said Mr Gordon was a great golfer, family man and friend, and anyone who knew him should come along and support the event.
Registration for the golf day is $50 per person at the county club, phone 6362 5162.
There will also be a Pink Ladies Open Golf Day at Duntryleague on Friday, October 25 at 8.30am.
That evening money will also be raised at the Orange Wine Festival Night Market where people are encouraged to wear pink.
Jo Hunter is taking part in the ladies' golf day and said they will also have a best dressed competition as well as nearest the pins and longest drive.
"We have whole heap of pink golf balls to play with," she said.
She also said there were 35 women who have pink McGrath Foundation polo shirts to play in.
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