One hundred and fifty members of the BSA Motorcycle Owners Association were at Heathcote Primary School for morning tea last Saturday.By Barbara Sungaila
Heathcote Primary School hosted 150 members of the BSA Motorcycle Owners Association for morning tea last Saturday.
During its annual rally, the club approaches district community groups to give them the opportunity to make morning and afternoon teas for the riders.
School principal Cindi Bruechert said the school was approached last term asking if it would like to take part.
‘‘When I spoke to the students about it, they were very excited about the prospect,’’ she said.
‘‘So I worked with the students throughout the week during their Stephanie Alexander Kitchen session and I also asked for extra volunteers to work with me on Thursday and Friday to do the final preparations.
‘‘Our savoury menu for the morning tea included mini beef and vegetable pies, zucchini slice, mini pikelets topped with cream cheese and salmon, arancini balls with bocconcini and chicken, salmon and egg sandwiches.
‘‘The sweet treats we prepared were pecan hedgehog, mini lemon tarts, raspberry cheesecake slice and mini sticky date puddings.
‘‘Thanks to the wonderful generosity of the BSA Motorcycle owners we were able to make a profit of $1300 for the day which will go towards the ongoing running costs of our Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program.’’
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Residents are encouraged to shop locally this festive season while getting invovled with celebrations across Benalla.
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