Margaret Darnell and Michelle Shumack with some of the quilts at the spring fair.
Margaret Darnell and Michelle Shumack with some of the quilts at the spring fair. Gerard Walsh

Hall display as exciting as the stalls at annual spring fair

THE hall display was one of the highlights of the Warwick Killarney Uniting Church Spring Fair on Saturday, co-organiser Michelle Shumack said.

"We do something different with the hall display each year," she said.

"This year, we had a photography competition which attracted 95 entries from church members and the community.

"Noelene Luck from Duggans was the judge."

Margaret Wells was a multiple winner in the competition.

There were six classes.

"I was really happy to win with a photo of my late mother where she was so happy," Mrs Wells said.

There was a special section for children in the backyard at the church.

There was a pet display on the Fitzroy St side.

Many of the stalls sold out at the spring fair which went from 9am-1pm Saturday.

There was plenty of business at the pot plant stall but some plants are still for sale.

Books galore were for sale with special deals for a plastic bag full of books at the end of the spring fair.



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