Cupcakes help cure for cancer

By Fiona Henderson
Updated May 26 2016 - 10:43pm, first published 2:49pm
PROACTIVE: Layla Scicluna, left, and Taleah Irving organised Little Bendigo Primary School's Biggest Morning Tea. Picture: Kate Healy
PROACTIVE: Layla Scicluna, left, and Taleah Irving organised Little Bendigo Primary School's Biggest Morning Tea. Picture: Kate Healy

Grade four Little Bendigo Primary School pupils Layla Scicluna and Taleah Irving needed to work on their counting and confidence.

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