TOP PRIZE: Renee Thompson, principal Matt Freeman and students Ellie Duffy, 12, and Keanu Offen, 11, with the surfboard. Picture: Stephen WarkA $1000 CUSTOM-built surfboard is the main prize in a fundraiser for the Anna Bay Public School spring fair on Saturday, October 10.
Around 80 market stalls will be open from 10am to 3pm and the school aims to raise $30,000 to help pay for playground equipment.
“We have market stalls from not only the Hunter but also from Canberra, Sydney and the Central Coast,” said Renee Thompson, president of the school’s P&C.
“There are more than $10,000 worth of fantastic prizes to be won, including the Peter Mahaffey surf board, a six-foot thruster with detailed artwork and ocean and earth accessories.
“Other prizes include a Capture imaging gift certificate and a Smeg convection microwave oven.”
Allegria dance company and the school’s Rope Burners skipping team will perform.
Unlimited ride passes and raffle tickets are for sale every Thursday and Friday in front of the school from 8.30am to 9.15am.
Donations can be made at P&C Association, 191 Gan Gan Road, Anna Bay.
Every dollar goes towards playground equipment.
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