Independent butchers Lester Sawyer, East Blaxland Butchery & Deli, and Aurelio Sartori, Bligh Park Butchery, joined the cook-off at Nepean College of TAFE last week to find the region’s sausage kings.
First place winners progress to the NSW State Final at Darling Harbour in October.
Life after cancer
Cancer survivors share their experiences on coping with life at a group session in Penrith on Saturday, August 18.
About 7000 people in greater western Sydney are diagnosed with cancer each year, and more than 60 per cent survive with treatment.
However, surviving cancer can have as many challenges as battling it.
“Life after cancer can be a confronting and challenging time,” the Cancer Council’s Penrith Hub co-ordinator, Rodney Titovs, said.
“Many survivors feel as though others don’t understand what they have gone through.
“Others suffer from problems such as depression and fatigue.”
But he said they should realise they were not alone.
Anyone affected by cancer, including survivors, carers, family, friends and workplace colleagues, is encouraged to attend the Penrith session.
The Living Well After Cancer session takes place at 10am, Saturday, August 18.
Registration essential. Details: 1300 200 558.
Inquiries: [email protected]
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