Mark Fowler serves Nicole Dwyer, Kirra Roberts and Katie Cook.
Mark Fowler serves Nicole Dwyer, Kirra Roberts and Katie Cook.

Teachers serve biggest morning tea

SHAKES and tasty treats were served up by teachers donning aprons in support of the great cancer fundraiser.

For the first year the Warwick State High School Community Service committee has come together to do their bit for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.

“It's a really good cause to get behind and it is (a) really fun thing to do getting served by the teachers,” community service leader Shanarah O'Leary said.

“It has been a great turnout for the first year where we have sold all 50 tickets.”

Ten teachers, including principal David Ferguson, looked smart with their platters as they supported the day with the students.

 

“Everyone here, if they gave a donation we could make a great amount,” teacher Kylie Butler said.



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