Dimbulah show­cases lo­cal tal­ent

Tablelands Advertiser - - LIFESTYLE -

DIMBULAH lo­cals were treated to a com­mu­nity fair held at St An­thony’s Pri­mary School and the school is al­ready aim­ing for a big­ger event next year.

The com­mu­nity af­fair had whip crack­ing, tae kwon do demon­stra­tions and the Ma­reeba Care­less band en­ter­tain­ing at­ten­dees.

St An­thony’s Pri­mary School prin­ci­pal Kath Porter said the Hal­loween-themed event was a con­cept to give back to the com­mu­nity.

“The fair was about giv­ing back to the com­mu­nity who al­ways help our school with fundrais­ing,” she said.

“It was a great event and we will be look­ing to do it big­ger next year.”

Com­mu­nity fair or­gan­iser Tammy Sivyer said the event show­cased lo­cal tal­ent with happy fam­i­lies who en­joyed an easy­go­ing day out.

St An­thony's stu­dent Eric Tosoni, 10 cracks a whip in front of spec­ta­tors.

Nate Mitchell, 11 show­cases his tal­ent and dis­plays his whip crack­ing abil­ity.

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