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Performers impress in Mardan

THERE was a twist in the proceedings at Mardan’s Scot Pioneer Church on Sunday.
The usual Ecumenical Pleasant Sunday Afternoon was mixed with a concert.
Those who attended first enjoyed a skit performed by Sam Nicita, Alex Clark and Trish Keane.
The skit was called Luigi goes to Court.
In a humorous display, the skit told the story of a judge and prosecuting attorney with a difficult witness on the stand.
Ultimately, the witness – Luigi Ravioli – was charged with assaulting a police officer and assisting a robbery after accidentally making a confession. However, he only has food on his mind.
The performance was followed by Korumburra guitarist Max Hubbard.Max recently learned to play the guitar and shared his talents on the day.
Leongatha’s Stephen Spencer also had new talents to share on the guitar. The young musician has been learning to play at Leongatha Primary School and is showing potential.
Community singing and afternoon tea rounded off the event.
The next Pleasant Sunday Afternoon will be held on July 29.
The guest speakers on the day will be Geoff and Vincent Trease. They will be speaking about their walk along the Jabula Trail in the Northern Territory.

Great performance: Korumburra’s Max Hubbard and Leongatha’s Stephen Spencer wowed on the guitar at Mardan’s Scots Pioneer Church on Sunday.

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