Brogo's community has wrapped up its 19th year of fundraising for the Cancer Council, in an event that would not be the same without the Pearce family.
Its Biggest Morning Tea, regularly the largest such event in the district, was held on Friday and was of course organised by Lenna Pearce, who has been involved in every event since it began.
It was started by her daughter-in-law who then pulled out so Lenna took it over, along with help from her family.
"We said we'd keep it going for as long as we can," the 79-year-old said on Friday.
"It takes 12 months of work to organise. There's a lot of work that goes into it."
It was lucky there were three generations of Pearces, among the many volunteers, at the event to help her with pulling it together.
For instance her grandson cut the wood to be raffled, her daughter went to help load it, then many were there on the day.
"Only for them, you wouldn't do it on your own," Lenna said.
"They all work together.
"You haven't got to ask them, they'll say 'we'll be here next year'."
Almost $2000 was raised at last year's event, but Lenna said the final count would be lower this year as the wood raffle did not make as much.
The Brogo Hall committee donated $100 towards food and the raffles at the event were donated by local shops.