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Zonta Club hosts Spring Fling to raise funds for youth mental health

Rachel GreenBusselton Dunsborough Times
Paula Renee
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The Zonta Club of Dunsborough is hosting its inaugural Spring Fling event this October.

The event will be held at Flametree wines in Dunsborough and will feature an afternoon of live music, a generous grazing-table, swing dancers, door prizes, auctions and wine.

All the funds raised will be directed into local schools to assist with supporting youth mental health in both Busselton and Dunsborough.

Zonta has been supporting Busselton Senior High School for a few years now, and supports it financially with several activities including the Z-Club, Tenderfeet Walk and their IGNITE program.

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The activities provide students the opportunity to engage with their community, build self-esteem, learn new things, and improve teamwork and communication skills.

David Rastrick
Camera IconDavid Rastrick Credit: Supplied

Guests of the Spring Fling event will be entertained by some of the South West’s best jazz musicians, including Paula Renee (vocals), David Rastrick (trumpet), Sean Lillico (piano), Kevin Mc Donald (bass) and Gary Larkin (drums).

“Its a fabulous and relaxing way to enjoy an afternoon, in a nice, open and natural environment with some great music and the opportunity to have a dance and meet new people,” Zonta Club of Dunsborough secretary Pauline Vukelic said.

“Most importantly all of the funds raised will be supporting youth mental health.”

The event will be held on Sunday, October 29, at 1pm.

For more information and for tickets head to events.humanitix.com/zonta-club-of-dunsborough-s-spring-fling.

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