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Scrapbooking marathon ready to run

Woolgoolga High School will host a scrapbooking marathon on May 1.
Woolgoolga High School will host a scrapbooking marathon on May 1.

IF you’re an addicted scrapbooker or cardmaker, Woolgoolga High School’s scrapbooking marathon on May 1 is for you.

The school’s P&C is hosting this special event in the school library, where you can craft from 9am to 10pm.

Morning and afternoon tea and dinner are catered for and included in the $25 charge.

Space-hungry scrappers will have a table to themselves and there will be a display area to show off your work. Raffles and games are also on the agenda.

You will need to bring your own lunch, tools and equipment, a sense of humour and small change for novelty games.

Bookings are essential for this event as the library can only stretch to fit a limited number and catering needs to be arranged.

You should RSVP by April 24 to the school with your name, contact phone number and cheque in an envelope clearly marked Scrap Marathon Woolgoolga High School P&C, Centenary Drive, Woolgoolga, 2456.

For inquiries, phone Sue on 0403 955 817.

All profits from the day will go into P&C funds which support the school with resources.



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