Now, what will I wear?



This fairy penguin may be looking a little confused as to why members of the Coffs Coast community have been spending their spare time knitting hundreds of little jumpers, but those at the Phillip Island Nature Reserve are in on the secret. Since launching their appeal to knit as many penguin jumpers as possible to help rehabilitate oil-stricken penguins, the ladies of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints have been overwhelmed with the response. Now all knitters are invited to a Fairy Penguin Party next Saturday at the Bray Street church, between 2pm and 4pm, for a final count of the jumpers. Photo: LEIGH JENSEN 05073001A



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