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Children dance for school’s benefit

LEONGATHA Primary School held a disco fundraiser for all Prep to Grade 6 students on Friday.
Principal Dot Coghlan said, “The parents’ fundraiser is something fun for the children to look forward to.”
Children bought glow sticks and an icy pole, with all funds going towards school maintenance.
“These events help with things such as new mulch for the gardens or fresh sand for the sand pit. It’s a great way for parents to meet one another after school and allow the students to have some fun,” Ms Coghlan said.

Disco ready: from left, mother Katrina Houston with her sons Taj and Chance Houston and Jessica Stein with her children Eliza and William Stein enjoy Leongatha Primary School’s disco last Friday.

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