$500 donation for quiz night
View Road School leaders and house captains,Briar Engelbrecht and Dylan Simpson, werepresented with a $500 donation by BrianBarrett of Osborne Realty.
View Road School received a generous donation recently from Brian Barrett of Osborne Realty, a contribution that Principal, Cris Hull, was incredibly grateful to receive.
The $500 donated by Brian and his team was used to contribute to the overall fundraising of the school’s Annual Quiz Night.
“Major sponsors, Osborne’s had a special Real’i’ty round, and Nick’s Cafe had a Spot what? Nicks Montage round. Trish Holmes, a support worker at school, and Robyn Ross, a parent who we call our prize fairy, were crucial in the generation of local fundraising and support,” says Cris. The quiz night proved to be a hit, as 13 tables were sold and plenty of laughter was had. “Many of our supporters went away with awesome prizes, all of which were generously donated by Waiuku and Pukekohe Businesses.”
The quiz night is an annual feature in the school’s fundraising calendar and the proceeds contribute towards learning resources for the children.
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