Tucking into the food at Orara High were Maureen Orr, Rhonda Daniell, Georgia Radcliffe, Rachel Waterhouse and Mike Daniell.
Tucking into the food at Orara High were Maureen Orr, Rhonda Daniell, Georgia Radcliffe, Rachel Waterhouse and Mike Daniell. Leigh Jensen

Scones a treat for seniors

IT was back to the classroom for a group of Coffs Harbour seniors yesterday.

Orara High School threw open the doors to its kitchen so hospitality students could show off their cooking skills.

After a morning tea featuring ‘scrummy’ biscuits, quiche and lamb kofta, some students demonstrated how to make sushi, and then got the seniors to have a go.

But the highlight for many were trays of old-fashioned favourites more reminiscent of generations ago. The batches of scones went down a treat and were for some a highlight of Seniors Week so far.

Today’s Seniors Week activi- ties include an Ecumenical Service at St John’s in

McLean St, a singalong prior to a special screening of The Kings Speech at 12.30pm at Sawtell Cinema, and a concert at Club Coffs from 2pm.



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