‘Ninjas’ light up college’s oval
More than 3000 at massive fundraiser
KIDS from four and kids at heart produced their inner warrior yesterday at the Kawana Waters Ninja Colour Challenge.
With rope swings, monkey bars, segways, cargo nets and many litres of paint, it was an afternoon of fun and games.
Hosted by the Kawana Waters State College more than 3000 kids and adults took to the school’s oval.
Physical education teacher Megs Murr said it was a wonderful community networking day.
“The kids have all been talking about the Ninja Warrior television show, they love it,” she said.
“They try and build courses in their backyards so we have gone one better.”
Principal Colin Allen-Waters couldn’t swipe the smile off his face.
“It is fun for everyone to enjoy, it is not only about fundraising but getting the whole community together,” he said.
“I would like to say this will become an annual event.”
ULTIMATE FUNDRAISER: Grace Toohey and Sam Peka take on Kawana Waters State College’s Ninja Colour Challenge.
Teachers Jade Bathersby and Megs Murr.
Harla Hewitt and Isaiah Lawton.