Sweet party hard for vot­ers to re­sist on Saturday

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

ROS­ALIE Pri­mary School P & C mem­bers hope to turn sweets into play­ground cash at their Elec­tion Day Cake Stall on July 2.

More than 400 types of sweets will be avail­able for vot­ers at the Shen­ton Park Com­mu­nity Cen­tre from 8am, which is when the polling booths will open.

Stall co-or­di­na­tor Karen Lamb said a few Masterchef wannabe mums and dads would con­trib­ute to stall goods this year.

“Gluten-free op­tions will be avail­able and choco­holics should def­i­nitely vote early, with no­to­ri­ously de­li­cious boxes fea­tur­ing Abby Ken­ward’s choco­late cake and Amy Mcdonald’s rocky road,” she said.

“There will be vary­ing price tags from around $10 for smaller goods to $25 to $30 for the more im­pres­sive de­lights.”

She said those watch­ing their waist­line could still sup­port the school by pur­chas­ing a Ros­alie cook­book, um­brella or shop­ping bag.

“The Ros­alie P & C are rais­ing funds to re­ju­ve­nate some of the tired play­grounds on the school site, with a fo­cus on na­ture play and a sec­ond school bell to rally the kids back to class post-play,” she said.

Ms Lamb said the stall was ex­pected to wrap up about 1pm.

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