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Park open day to say thanks, help charity

McLean Beach Caravan Park open day fundraiser this Sunday.

TYLA HARRINGTON August 26, 2014 3:33am

Tegan Fisher, Alicia Tangey and Pam Sutton from McLean Beach Caravan Park are ready to welcome people to the park.

McLean Beach Caravan Park is holding an open day fundraiser this Sunday, in an effort to raise funds for the Childhood Kidney Support Network.

The award-winning park won Business of the Year at this year’s Deniliquin business awards and owners and staff now want to thank the community for its support with an open day.

The fun will begin at 11am, with a list of activities planned for the entire family.

Dads can admire a display of vehicles and motorbikes, which will be showcased in the park’s front camping area, while mums can peruse a variety of stalls in the centre of the park.

Youngsters are encouraged to bring their push bikes with as much bright, colourful, crazy decorations as possible, and potentially walk away with some great prizes.

A few decorative items will be at the park if ‘touch-ups’ or accessories are required.

The Girl Guides will also be selling soft drinks and hot jam donuts and will help run activities.

Musical entertainment will be provided, and a sausage sizzle will raise funds for CKSN.

CKSN aims to enhance the lifestyle, health and wellbeing of children, teenagers and young adults who have kidney disease, and their parents through the programs and services they provide.

CKSN is a distraction from dialysis, constant hospital stays, medications and doctor appointments.

For more information phone open day organisers and McLean Beach Caravan Park employees Tegan Fisher and Alicia Tangey on 58812448.

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