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Family fun for Christmas

KORUMBURRA is bringing the Christmas cheer once again with their Family Fun Day.
Hosted by the Korumburra Business Association the fun day to be held on Saturday, November 30 is set to be filled with excitement and wonder in the lead up to Christmas.
On offer will be a cute and cuddly animal farm, two jumping extra bouncy and fun castles and when you need some cooling down after all that bouncing there will be free icy poles.
Test your running strength on the bungee run or your hand and eye coordination with a nine hole mini golf game.
Railway trolley rides are always a hit along with the horse and carriage rides and like all the rides both will be available for a gold coin donation to keep costs low for the families.
Lions Club Christmas Cakes, Christmas showbags, fairy floss and a Korumburra Scouts sausage sizzle will keep the troops fed while a lucky dip will give them with something fun to take home.
The big man in red, Santa Clause himself will be taking time out from his Christmas preparations to pose for free photos between 12noon and 1pm which always proves popular.
All this fun and games will be held at the rear of the Korumburra Post Office, the Kelly’s Bakery car park and the adjoining railway land from 10am through to 2pm.
Drawn on the day will be the Korumburra Business Association’s Christmas Raffle. With only 1000 tickets your chances are high you could be walking away with one of the four prizes, the top prize being a $500 shopping voucher to spend in the town.
The prizes can be spent at any one or more of the 41 Korumburra Business Association businesses.
Second prize is $300, third is $150 and fourth $50 vouchers all to spend in the town.
Raffle tickets are available in various KBA member businesses around the town and will be sold outside IGA today (Tuesday) for just $2 each.
The fun day and raffle will hopefully encourage locals to shop in their own town this Christmas and support local businesses.

Hello Santa: Zenna and Eileen Tanaka-Morrison were happy to meet with Santa at last year’s fun day in Korumburra.

Hello Santa: Zenna and Eileen Tanaka-Morrison were happy to meet with Santa at last year’s fun day in Korumburra.

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