St Patrick’s School students Stephanie Garnsey, Ashley Henry, Elyse Peters, Abby Mortimer, Jack Wright, Jed Esson and George Nott with the signed framed Broncos Jersey to be raffled for Father’s Day.
St Patrick’s School students Stephanie Garnsey, Ashley Henry, Elyse Peters, Abby Mortimer, Jack Wright, Jed Esson and George Nott with the signed framed Broncos Jersey to be raffled for Father’s Day. Contributed

Know-it-alls wanted for fundraiser

ALLORA is the place to be next Friday for an evening of fun games, fantastic prizes and the chance to put your knowledge to the test.

The well-known Rattle of the Brains trivia night will be held on May 25 at the Allora Community Hall in Herbert St.

The event is a major fundraiser for St Patrick's school and is a great night out.

P&F president Monique Bryson said the event had received strong community support again this year.

"The St Patrick's School and families are very grateful for the wonderful generosity of our local and regional sponsors," she said.

"Question rounds have been sponsored and donations received with some fantastic prizes up for grabs. These include a colour printer, retro-style toaster, sandwich maker, coffee maker, kettle and iron, just to name a few."

Councillor Glyn Rees will serve as quiz master.

Trivia buffs will also be able to purchase a ticket in a raffle, with a signed, framed Broncos jersey to be awarded to the lucky winner.

The raffle will be drawn for Father's Day and money raised will be used to install air-conditioning in the school library.

Those who wish to put their general knowledge to the test can phone the school on 4666 3551.

Anybody who is struggling to put together a full team of eight can call the school for help with compiling a team.

Tickets to the night are just $10 each and this can be bought on the night. Doors open at 6.15pm.

 

Battle it out

Nominate yourself or your team of eight for the trivia night.

Phone the school on 4666 3551 to nominate



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