Hundreds of people enjoyed a day out on Saturday at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School’s second annual Family Fun Day.
Despite some rain during the day the organising committee, consisting of members of the Parents and Friends Committee and other school parents, were happy with the turn out at the Bunbury event.
All funds raised during the event will go back to St Joseph’s Primary School to purchase resources and update equipment that benefits the students.
School principal Mr Riley Horrocks was voted by attendees to “kiss the goat” and the big kiss took place on stage in front of a large audience at 1.30pm.
Parents and Friends Committee President Katherine Baldock said that after months of planning it was wonderful to see so many families enjoying themselves at the event.
“One of the most important things is to make sure that the students and other attendees enjoy the day with their family and friends,” Mrs Baldock said.
“We’ve had so much great feedback from so many people that attended or organised a stall that we are already thinking about planning for the 2017 event.”
Mrs Baldock also thanked all the volunteers and the wider school community for making the event possible.
The most popular activities on the day were the pony rides, animal nursery and laser tag.
The most popular stalls were the kindergarten lolly jar raffle, sausage sizzle and the white elephant stall which sold everything from bikes to books.
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