Kialla Children's Centre is having a fun-filled fundraiser tomorrow.ESTELLE GRIEPINK March 15, 2014 6:31am
Fun to be had: Cousins Will Jarvis and Elizabeth Jarvis, both 4, are looking forward to tomorrow's Family Fun Fair.
Kialla Children’s Centre is inviting families to have some good old-fashioned fun at its Family Fun Fair tomorrow.
A wide range of activities such as cookie decorating, plaster mould painting, sporting competitions and children’s yoga will be on offer.
There will also be bake stalls, market stalls, face-painting, a sausage sizzle and a raffle.
Organiser Tunya Jarvis encouraged people to come along.
‘‘We’ll have a huge range of affordable family fun,’’ Mrs Jarvis said.
‘‘Entry is a gold coin donation, which also gets you a raffle ticket, and all the activities range from $1 to $4.’’
Mrs Jarvis said the money raised would go directly back into the centre.
The centre is operated from Greater Shepparton City Council-owned premises, but a volunteer committee of parents and community members runs it.
‘‘Without fundraising, our centre wouldn’t exist,’’ she said. ‘‘We want to continue providing the very best for our kids.’’
Mrs Jarvis said she had organised the fair in the same month as the centre’s annual general meeting.
‘‘We’re always looking for committee members,’’ she said.
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