Thrills abound at car­ni­val

Gatton Star - - LIFE -

A LAST minute storm couldn’t stop the Gat­ton State School Twi­light Mar­kets on Satur­day.

P&C Com­mit­tee pres­i­dent Julie Ma­son said while the rain might have put some off, the event was still a great suc­cess.

“It was just a re­ally good night,” she said.

There were plenty of rides for the thrill seek­ers to en­joy, and those look­ing for a more re­laxed evening browsed the stalls on of­fer.

“Peo­ple re­ally loved the fact that we did have mar­kets in town,” Ms Ma­son said.

The school stu­dents were heav­ily in­volved in the car­ni­val, with classes from Prep to Year 6 pre­par­ing mar­ket stalls for at­ten­dees to browse.

Ms Ma­son said given the suc­cess of the event, they would look at host­ing an­other event next year.


THRILLING: There were plenty of thrill rides on of­fer for the ad­ven­tur­ous on Satur­day af­ter­noon.

Brett and Cal­lum Paroz en­joyed check­ing out all the stalls on of­fer at the car­ni­val.

Gat­ton State School Choir, led by mu­sic teacher Daniel Ed­wards, per­formed for the crowds.

Deb­bie and Cindy Storey en­joyed a quiet af­ter­noon on the Gat­ton State School oval.

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