CVAS Shake for Musical Bingo

Shake, rattle and roll at CVAS musical bingo

CLARENCE Valley Anglican School is hosting its second annual HitThatHit musical bingo night at the South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club on June 20 to raise money for the Parents and Friends committee.

P&F committee member Belinda Wondergem said the musical bingo was a great way to fundraise for the committee.

"A PNF member suggested HitThatHit musical bingo after experiencing it," she said. "So we had our first one last year and enjoyed it so much and hoping to make it an annual event.

ROCKERS: CVAS kids (back) Charlotte Hottes, Isaac Law, Hamish and Evie Atkinson-Smith and (front) Georgia Skeels and Vinh Coorey ready for Musical Bingo. Photo Adam Hourigan
ROCKERS: CVAS kids (back) Charlotte Hottes, Isaac Law, Hamish and Evie Atkinson-Smith and (front) Georgia Skeels and Vinh Coorey ready for Musical Bingo. Photo Adam Hourigan

"It is a really fun way to fundraise for the P&F so we can support the school by buying resources for the students."

Mrs Wondergem said the night of family fun was open to everyone in the Clarence Valley to come and enjoy themselves while also helping to raise much needed funds for the school.

"Come dressed up in your favourite musical era. It will really be a night of fun for the whole family," she said. "There is no need for people to have fantastic musical knowledge, anyone can play."

Tickets are available to be pre-purchased from both the Cathedral and Clarenza campus offices as well as Gym Beans in Grafton Shoppingworld and Newcombes Saddlery in South Grafton.

Pre-purchased tickets cost $10 and tickets purchased on the door will be $15.

There will be prizes given away all night for round winners. There will also be silent auctions and a tombola - a lucky-dip style game.

THE FACTS

CVAS Musical Bingo

South Grafton Ex-Servicemen's Club

Saturday, June 20 6.30pm



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