Peter Grainger and Taabinga State School principal Anja Janosevic were busily marking their bingo cards on Saturday night

March 2, 2020

Taabinga State School’s major fundraiser for the year packed out the school hall on Saturday evening.

The Trivia and Bingo Extravaganza night was organised by the school’s P&C committee.

Apart from bingo games offering the chance to win a $1000 jackpot and trivia competitions offering similar prizes, there were also raffles for those feeling lucky.

Meanwhile, P&C volunteers arranged food and ran a licensed bar to support hungry and thirsty patrons throughout the evening.

Parents were catered for as well, with secure on-site child minding facilities available for a small fee.

P&C president president Shae Cull said about 240 tickets were sold.

She said the committee would be happy if the night raised “anything above $5000” but that target looked like it would be achieved.

Profits will be put towards improving facilities at the school.

Taabinga P&C president Shae Cull presents a $50 bingo prize to Michelle Price, Kingaroy
Damien Martoo, from The Martoo Review, was asking the questions and calling the numbers
Gayle Lampin with Amanda and Marc Reinbott, Kingaroy
Suzanne and Neil Mungall with Stuart Lamping, all from Kingaroy
P&C members Melissa Fisher, Peita Harmsworth, Megan Bickford and Cath Glenny were volunteering
behind the bar

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