Fun of the fete for all, young and old
RIDES, entertainment and food brought a huge crowd to the St Joseph’s Primary School fete.
The evening cooled down after a hot day and Gayndah locals turned up in numbers to enjoy Friday’s fete.
School principal Liam Dougherty said the event “was a great success”.
“There was an enormous crowd; it was a really good atmosphere,” he said.
Students kicked off the festivities with spectacular dance routines.
“The dancers put on an outstanding, quality performance.”
Market stalls sold plants, fresh fruit and vegies, toys and knick-knacks.
The rides were doing big business and the long line for fairy floss kept kids out of trouble as they waited their turn.
The fete raised money for St Joseph’s Parish, with raffles, ham wheels and food stalls.
The winners of the big raffle received vouchers to spend at any store in Gayndah. Kristy Porter won first prize with $1000 in vouchers, Ron Korn won second prize with $500 in vouchers and Warren Bayntun won third prize and received $300 in vouchers.
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