COLOUR ME TIGERS:
LAST Thursday and Friday were Footy Colours Day when students from across the shire got behind the Fight Cancer Foundation.
Each child that dressed up was required to make a gold coin donation to the cause, which has been running since 2005.
The Fight Cancer Foundation’s education support program works with major paediatric hospitals to keep kids with cancer engaged with their education.
Developed with the support of The Royal Children’s Hospital, Fight Cancer Foundation helps engage young learners in Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales and the Sydney Children’s Hospital.
Coming into the AFL finals, Footy Colours Day is fast becoming a tradition and last Friday staff members from Mark’s Supa IGA delicatessen department – all sporting Richmond Tigers outfits including boss Stephen Marks and Maddi Kyritsis – formed the...
4 GOOD MATES: Matthew Hearn and his mate “Tommy the Tackle” buddy at Merrijig Primary School. 4
2 SO CUTE: Looking pretty as a picture was Kiralee Higgins with the Crook sisters, Gemma and Meg. 2
1 STRIKE A POSE: Gorgeous Grace Mitchell came dressed in the spirit of Footy Colours Day when she joined mum Lucy at the Merrijig Primary School. 1
3 GO GIRLS: It was a mixed group of supporters at the Merrijig Primary School with Montana Hemming, Emily Gannon, Briah Medcraft, Zoe Crook and Cobie McCormack. 3