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Footy colours fund Christmas wishes

 

FOOTY finals are here and Inverloch Primary School got into the footy fever spirit last Friday.

Dressing up as their footy, rugby or soccer heroes, the students donned their colours to raise money for Operation Christmas Child.

The students donated gifts or a gold coin on the day.

Operation Christmas Child helps children around the world who are victims of war, poverty, famine and disease.

Some of the gifts the children could bring included teddy bears, books, pencils, clothing, personal hygiene items, necklaces, sunglasses, balls and skipping ropes.

Supporters: from left, Inverloch Primary School’s Grade 1 students Adam, Miah, Amelia, Jesse and Levi dressed in their team colours to help support Operation Christmas Child on Friday.

Supporters: from left, Inverloch Primary School’s Grade 1 students Adam, Miah, Amelia, Jesse and Levi dressed in their team colours to help support Operation Christmas Child on Friday.

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