Event a cash boost for garden

Chloe FraserBusselton Dunsborough Times

Students, families and friends came together at Colonial Brewery on Sunday for Margaret River Primary School’s kitchen garden fundraiser.

Organiser Cate Worsley said the school’s parents and citizens association raised about $4000 on the day to go towards a permanent shelter and upkeep of the garden. Organisers thanked the community, Colonial Brewery and Charlie Mgee’s swing band, Formidable Vegetable Sound System for their support.

PICTURES:

Hendreka Vance and Bree Brown.
Camera IconHendreka Vance and Bree Brown. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Aloha Fritsch, 12, Kesava Herrmann, 6 and Kelly Fritsch.
Camera IconAloha Fritsch, 12, Kesava Herrmann, 6 and Kelly Fritsch. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Luca Cruz, 3.
Camera IconLuca Cruz, 3. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times
Alexis and Katrina with Olivia, 10 and Lucy Sartitsis,8.
Camera IconAlexis and Katrina with Olivia, 10 and Lucy Sartitsis,8. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Ayla, 10 and Chloe Preller.
Camera IconAyla, 10 and Chloe Preller. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Ashinn, 12, Tracey and Kiara Lee-Pullen, 9 with Jana and Veronika Wyttorff, 12.
Camera IconAshinn, 12, Tracey and Kiara Lee-Pullen, 9 with Jana and Veronika Wyttorff, 12.
Max, Clare and Kaia Alcock, 2.
Camera IconMax, Clare and Kaia Alcock, 2. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Abi and Elsie Chanin, 7months and William, 3, Isabella, 1 and Sophie Broom.
Camera IconAbi and Elsie Chanin, 7months and William, 3, Isabella, 1 and Sophie Broom. Credit: Chloe Fraser

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