Quota’s very popular Craft Fair will be held at Yamba Bowling Club on October 4 and 5.
Quota’s very popular Craft Fair will be held at Yamba Bowling Club on October 4 and 5. Adam Hourigan

Children’s books wanted to help childhood literacy skills

QUOTA International of Lower Clarence is playing their part in helping kids in Papua New Guinea with literacy skills.

The club is calling for donations of new and pre loved books, in excellent condition, via a collection point in Yamba on Friday between 9am and 2pm.

Quota members will be on hand to accept book donations at the old Simply Crafts/NRMA building between the Post Office and the Catholic Church in Yamba.

Schools can phone Jill on 6646 9660 to arrange pick up if unable to drop off.

Meanwhile Quota's very popular Craft Fair will be held at Yamba Bowling Club on October 4 and 5.

Sites re filling up with a great variety of new and returning stallholders.

There are still a few sites available so call Sharman on 6646 1356 for more information.



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