In the spirit of chal­lenge

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CHEW­ING car­rots, drink­ing milk, get­ting dressed in a Santa suit and dec­o­rat­ing a tree were all part of the Santa chal­lenge at the Biggen­den Apex Christ­mas Fair.

The win­ning team mem­bers were Alex Wilson, Bray­den Trig­ger and Callum O’Sul­li­van, who com­pleted the chal­lenges in the fastest time.

Show­ers did not dampen the spir­its of car­ni­val go­ers, who en­joyed the many stalls, rides, fire­works and Santa’s visit.


WIN­NERS: Alex Eggel­ston, pic­tured with wife Natasha, was the win­ner of the Apex Christ­mas ham­per. Alex knew what hewas win­ning as he had packed up the wheel­bar­row full of good­ies.

Ti­mothy and David Geissler punch it out on one of the amuse­ments.

Dar­ren Geissler shows his skills at dec­o­rat­ing the tree in the Santa chal­lenge.

Roy Hunter, of Coal­stoun Lakes, with grand­daugh­ter Rhi­anna Nel­son, of Bar­gara, hitch a ride on the train at the Apex Christ­mas Fair.

The Radel chil­dren try their hand at spin­ning the plate with street per­former Ty­ronne O'Reilly.

De­nis and Karen Aspinall and her mother, Edith Coogan, en­joy them­selves at the Chill Bar at the Apex Fair.

Biggen­den QCWA mem­bers Ge­or­gia Lawrence, Claire Blacker, Fay Man­son and Ju­lia Young treat their cus­tomers to scones, jam and cream.

Sharon Darr and Janelle Hill dressed alike at the Apex Christ­mas Fair.

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