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Looking forward to the fete

WITH the St Laurence’s annual fete in Leongatha fast approaching, excitement is building.
This year’s fete will be held on Saturday, November 8, and will have those stalls everyone has come to expect and love, with a few new stalls added for fun.
Once again, the fete has had brilliant support and sponsorship from local businesses. If your business has not been approached, feel free to contact the school to get on board.
As usual, the major raffle has been on sale for weeks already.
Fantastic prizes are on offer including the $500 fuel voucher for first place donated by Evans Petroleum, a $200 Hartley Wells voucher for second place donated by Hartley Wells and Select Produce, a $200 Electrolux Pad coffee machine for third place donated by Select Produce and $50 voucher for fourth place donated by Pomegranate.
Ridebands will once again be on sale on the day. Ridebands will include access to the animal farm, go karts, mini golf, bungee run, jumping castle, ballister and abseiling wall. You must be seven years or above and wear enclosed shoes and shorts or pants for the abseiling wall.
Apex and Lions will provide hot food to eat, while the Catholic Womens’ League will be on hand to serve up delicious morning tea.
For the children, don’t forget milkshakes and fairy floss will be available.
As well as the major raffle, there will be the chance to win some fantastic prizes on the spinning wheel and win the other raffles throughout the day.
The plant stalls will be in full swing, show bags will be a must have and there will be a bargain to be had at the white elephant stall.
Back by popular demand will be the photo booth sponsored by Leongatha Newsagency.
There will be a handball competition for upcoming footy stars, and look out for the new jewellery store.
St Laurence’s fete is always a fantastic day for those who attend.

Showbags: Mitchell Scrimshaw, Jake Wilson, Izak Kennedy, Connor Krohn and (front) Will Littlejohn enjoyed the spoils at the St Laurence’s Primary School Fete last year.

Showbags: Mitchell Scrimshaw, Jake Wilson, Izak Kennedy, Connor Krohn and (front) Will Littlejohn enjoyed the spoils at the St Laurence’s Primary School Fete last year.

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