Sarah Roach has nominated Murwillumbah branch of the Cancer Council as her charity in the 2005 Tweed Banana Festival
Sarah Roach has nominated Murwillumbah branch of the Cancer Council as her charity in the 2005 Tweed Banana Festival

Peel off those banana stories



LOOKING forward to participating in the 2005 Tweed Valley Banana Festival and Harvest Week queen quest is Sarah Ashley Jane Roach from Burringbar.

Sarah, a law student, is being sponsored by Stacks Northern Rivers Pty Ltd and has nominated the Cancer Council of NSW - Murwillumbah branch as her and her sponsor's charity.

When not studying, Sarah enjoys surfing, shopping and scrapbooking and is delighted in being part of the historic 50th anniversary festival. The Daily News is inviting readers to help us look back over the festival. If you have any photos, stories or clippings about the Banana Festival contact Loretta Hourrigan at the Daily News on 07 55 246 400 or email lorettah@tweed- news.com.au



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