Dimbulah showcases local talent
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.