Fun in the sun at Spring Fling
SPRING is in the air across the shire and St George has marked the start of the new season with the local Spring Fling at St George State School.
With plenty of schoolkids, parents and families in attendance, the local fete put on a show for the community with a dazzling array of food, entertainment, local goods and activities for both young and old.
Members of the St George State School choir performed some of the songs they had been practising for some time, while the junior band and rock band performed renditions of classic hits.
Meanwhile, the hula-hoopers put on a fantastic display of their talents.
St George State School P&C Committee treasurer Ruth Beeson said the day was a resounding success.
“We had a great crowd and the kids provided wonderful entertainment throughout the day,” she said.
“It’s the P&C’s major fundraiser for the year and the weather was just perfect.”
Ms Beeson said the dessert bar and the scarecrow and fairy garden competitions were huge hits, thanking everyone who participated.
“The committee is delighted with how it all went.”
SWEET TREATS: Sophia Tolete and her brother Jason look cool as they indulge in scrumptious desserts at the Spring Fling.
Isla McNamara and Claire Stenhouse at the St George State School’s Spring Fling at the weekend.
Rotarians Graham Nosse, Win and Terry Salmon, and John Barber selling raffle tickets to raise money for local charities.