Street party a suc­cess

Central and North Burnett Times - - OUT & ABOUT -

PAM­PERED: Brooke Gray re­ceives a nail treat­ment in the Ladies Lounge from Re­nee Kirk at the Gayn­dah Street Party. MALTBY Place buzzed into life with fam­i­lies and friends meet­ing at Gayn­dah’s an­nual street party.

Mar­ket stalls show­cas­ing tal­ents from cup­cake bak­ing to bead­ing, home­made clothes to or­chids at­tracted at­ten­tion.

Chil­dren cud­dled up to baby an­i­mals at the pet­ting zoo, while oth­ers tried their luck on the me­chan­i­cal bull.

At­ten­dees got be­hind key fundrais­ing events – the pig races, mys­tery auc­tion and ladies lounge.

The day’s pro­ceeds were do­nated to the MARK Foun­da­tion, an anti-bul­ly­ing and men­tal health aware­ness pro­gram for North Bur­nett’s youth.


Girl Guide leader Amy Ezzy with the tea and scone stall in the Ladies Lounge.

Gayn­dah Lions’ Henry Harman, John Mul­laly and Peter Spencer keep busy sup­ply­ing chips to the hun­gry crowd at the Gayn­dah Street Party.

Ni­cole Fraser with daugh­ter Ruby at the Ladies Lounge.

Wendy Boag (right) with her bead­ing, cro­chet and patch­work stall, with Shari-Louise Turner.

Pigs were spon­sored and raced to raise money for the MARK Foun­da­tion.

Van de Groot, of Her­vey Bay, with or­chids for sale.

Marni Telford with her home­wares and cloth­ing stall.

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