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Rock and roll heaven

WONTHAGGI came alive with the sounds of rock and roll on Saturday night, November 16 with headline act Johnny Stingray pounding out the numbers.
The big fundraiser for the Wonthaggi CFA was a huge night which saw about 150 people attend.
The band was so good Captain Kim O’Connor has already booked them for next year.
“I reckon just about everyone will be back again as the band was brilliant. I think word of mouth will mean we’ll get even more in 2014.”
The fundraiser is vital for the brigade as it prepares to move into its new station, and money raised will go towards the hidden costs that seem to come along with any move.
Local businesses were again supportive, donating door prizes and supporting raffles with goods.
One of the organisers Bree Bramfit said the food was awesome by Delish Catering, who really prepared the food for the theme.
Bree also thanked businesses Wonthaggi Auto-Lec, A & L Auto, Donmix, Matho’s Electrical Services, and Autobarn Wonthaggi for their donations.
Prizes were awarded on the night for best dressed and best dancing couple.
Get in now for next year’s November rock and roll night.

 

They’re rockin’: the dance floor was packed all night.

They’re rockin’: the dance floor was packed all night.

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