TEDDY TIME: Beau and Noah Thornton and Karrington King at the Warwick Community Kindergarten Teddy Bears Picnic.
TEDDY TIME: Beau and Noah Thornton and Karrington King at the Warwick Community Kindergarten Teddy Bears Picnic. Gerard Walsh

Beary special picnic at kindy

EVERY child enjoyed the excitement of receiving a medallion to put on their teddy bear at the Warwick Community Kindergarten Teddy Bears Picnic yesterday.

The picnic was attended by 100 people - parents and children involved with the kindy.

Kindy social committee member Jenny Thornton said the picnic was one of five activities on the kindy calendar.

"The trivia night and movie night are fundraisers and the Easter party, teddy bears picnic and Christmas party are social events for the children and their parents," Mrs Thornton said.

"There are 80 students at the kindy."

"Each child at the picnic had to bring a teddy and received a medallion."

There was also a parade and bear hunt as well as afternoon tea on an afternoon of perfect weather.

The Warwick Community Kindergarten's social committee is currently organising its September 12 movie night at Warwick Twin Cinema.

Timothy, Meghan and Kinley Crothers, Jasmine Wacker, Livvie Groves, Lisa Crothers, Samantha and Sandy Groves at the kindergarten.
Timothy, Meghan and Kinley Crothers, Jasmine Wacker, Livvie Groves, Lisa Crothers, Samantha and Sandy Groves at the kindergarten.
Lachlan Pierce, Evelyn Walsh, Emma, Amanda and Riley Pierce, Dakota Hockings, Rory, Kylie and Ava Farrell at the Teddy Bears Picnic.
Lachlan Pierce, Evelyn Walsh, Emma, Amanda and Riley Pierce, Dakota Hockings, Rory, Kylie and Ava Farrell at the Teddy Bears Picnic.


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