Rhys Good, 11, Zac Jesberg, 11 and Jorja Rotar, 11 from St Joseph's Primary School. They are holding a Lego-themed World's Biggest Morning Tea. Photo Inga Williams / The Queensland Times
Rhys Good, 11, Zac Jesberg, 11 and Jorja Rotar, 11 from St Joseph's Primary School. They are holding a Lego-themed World's Biggest Morning Tea. Photo Inga Williams / The Queensland Times Inga Williams

YOUR SAY: Biggest Morning Tea raises $6000 at St Joseph's

YOUR SAY: I WOULD like to thank the Ipswich community for supporting the St Joseph's School Biggest Morning Tea.

The morning tea drew a crowd of more than 150 people who were served and looked after by the Year 6 students.

The community of local businesses and families of the school generously donated their time, efforts, talents, goodies and gifts to make our morning tea fun, colourful, delicious and rewarding.

The school choir and music students and teachers entertained an appreciative audience while the art of students was displayed around the hall.

Together with a free dress day and a Lego guessing competition held at the school, we raised $5640 for the Cancer Council.

Thank you so much for helping to join together and - hopefully - make a difference to those who are affected by cancer.

ROBYN HARM, North Ipswich.

 

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