Cake Decorators give helping hand this Christmas

Meals on Wheels will again be delivering Christmas cakes to clients today – Wednesday, December 13 – after a 35-year tradition continues between the Broken Hill Cake Decorators and the Rotary Club of Broken Hill.

“We did 110 cakes for Meals on Wheels this year. Rotary donated all the ingredients, and we cooked and decorated the cakes”, Broken Hill Cake Decorators Publicity Officer Vicki Sladden told the Barrier Truth.

“It’s pretty amazing for two groups to be together and do that over that time. [The] Cake Decorators wish to thank Rotary for their support and Meals on Wheels are always looking for volunteers to come and help them, and so are we.”

The Broken Hill Cake Decorators have once again set up its Christmas Stall at the Trades Hall (242 Blende St), selling Christmas cakes, pies and pasties, and other baked goods, as well as Christmas decorations and gifts that include tea-towels, handmade jewellery, and cards.

“We’re at the Trades Hall from 10am until 4pm each day until Friday and 9am till 12pm on Saturday. Lots of goodies. There’ll be fresh pasties in on Wednesday and Friday, sausage rolls came in today and they’ll be there on Thursday, and fresh cakes every day”, Ms Sladden said.

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