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Mad Night At St Mary’s School

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The Red Queen and the Queen of Hearts pool their resources ... Rebecca Byrnes, from Kingaroy, and Heidi Carroll, from Kumbia

April 26, 2017

Things were looking pretty mad at St Mary’s Catholic College on Saturday for the school’s second annual trivia night.

The theme was “Mad Hatters” which meant a lot of Lewis Carroll characters turned up, as well as some less colourful folk wearing some genuinely wacky hats.

Organiser Bronwyn Langford Martoo said the event was growing with 18 tables booked into the Maryknoll Centre this year – almost double last year’s effort.

She said there had also been some good prizes donated, including a luxury weekend away at the Royal Albert Hotel in Brisbane.

The trivia night is a fundraiser for the Year 12 Valedictory Dinner which is held at the end of the school year.

Anna Meris, Kylie Ledger, Katie Provan and Darryn Cooper, all from Kingaroy

"The Gems" were hoping to have a glittering night in their madcap hats

St Mary's Catholic College business manager Kym Schultz and principal Angela Myles

The "McHatters" were well-attired in what "could" have been Scottish fezs

Natalie McCormick, from Kingaroy, made sure the Hatter made it to the Mad Hatter's night

Shona Wood and Liz Williams, from Kingaroy, as the White Rabbit and the Cheshire Cat ... we managed to photograph Liz before she disappeared!

Melissa Tremain, Rosemary Cupitt and Letitia McDonald ... a touch more Lewis Carroll

The "Wild Ones" ... some more escapees from the pages of Alice In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass


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