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Fete a big hit

THE annual Woorayl Lodge fete was held on Saturday, with plenty of, handmade craft and cooking, plants and other great quality items up for grabs.

Woorayl Lodge ladies auxiliary president Kaye Warren said it was a great day, despite the threatening weather.

“Everything sold really well, we had Devonshire tea in the front room and the manager Jo White was on the barbecue cooking up a storm,” she said.

“The Christmas cooking was also really popular.”

Ms Warren said the lodge had so many things donated for the sale, that they will be holding another one in January.

“The quality of the items has been really great this year.”

The fete is an annual event and normally raises around $6000 for the aged care facility.

“Not a bad effort for a handful of people,” Ms Warren said.

 

Dynamic duo: Woorayl Lodge ladies auxiliary president Kaye Warren and 103 year old resident Evelyn Nunn, who was modelling a hat, made for the craft stall at the Woorayl Lodge fete on Saturday.

Dynamic duo: Woorayl Lodge ladies auxiliary president Kaye Warren and 103 year old resident Evelyn Nunn, who was modelling a hat, made for the craft stall at the Woorayl Lodge fete on Saturday.

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