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Family fun fair success

By Yarrawonga Chronicle

Mulwala Public School in conjunction with Tunzafun hosted a family fun fair at the fun park on Friday, November 8 with a fantastic result of over 220 visitors to the park. 

The event was a great success, was well supported by the community and raised much needed funds which will go towards resources that will support the school and student learning.

President of the Mulwala Public School P&C Eily Nunn stated that this would not have been possible without the extraordinary generosity of Phil Bott and the amazing team of volunteers who offered up the full use of the park and supplying volunteers to run all the rides on the night.

Ms Nunn and the Mulwala Public School P&C hopes that the community get behind and support this amazing establishment as they have done for the Mulwala Public School with this event.  

“We hope the event gives Tunzafun some more exposure in the community as it is a wonderful venue to hold group get togethers, Christmas parties, group activities and birthday parties,” Ms Nunn said.

“There is no need to travel out of town when you have this amazing place right here on our doorstop.”

Mulwala Public School P&C would also like to thank the Party Palace in Yarrawonga for their generous donation of a large jumping castle for the evening both Noelleen and Terry are always more than willing to give back to the community when they need it.

JB Fencing also donated the use of temp fencing for the evening and Kath and Brutis Ryan also donated the use of their mobile bbq trailer for the night.

Items for the raffle on the night were also donated and special thanks to Melissa Riches - Tupperware, Cherie Korbut - Scentsy and Travel and Cruise Yarrawonga.