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Angels of Somerset to host family fun day in Fernvale

Angels of Somerset: Lisa Smith, Shaz Anderson, Alita Horrocks, Jasmine Braun, Photo Derek Barry / Gatton Star
Angels of Somerset: Lisa Smith, Shaz Anderson, Alita Horrocks, Jasmine Braun, Photo Derek Barry / Gatton Star Derek Barry

Fernvale will turn into a family fun hub to raise money for a special cause tomorrow.

The Angels of Somerset are gearing up to hold their Family Fun Day on Saturday, which will raise funds to purchase commercial fridges, freezers and a refrigerated vehicle.

Angels of Somerset is a not for profit organisation dedicated to helping people in need through low cost food hampers, support, guidance and referrals.

The Angels of Somerset have a new Food Hamper premises which operates from 18 Kleinhans Ct, Lowood. Profits made at the Family Fun day will help the group bring food to more needy tables in the Somerset region.

The Family Fun Day will be held at the Fernvale State School from 8am to 3pm with rides, a petting zoo and face painting.

Raffles will be drawn every 30 minutes with three great prizes to be won plus a major draw at 2pm which will have an additional 10 prizes up for grabs. All tickets are $2 each.

Performances by local girls Kate Cook and Vikki-Lee Wilmot "At It Again" will also provide entertainment on the day.

Kids can also enter the free colouring-in competition and guess how many lollies are in the jar for 50 cents a guess or three guesses for $1.

Sisters keeper from New Seasons Church will be there to pamper the ladies.

Demonstrations on the day will include the Fernvale Indoor Sports Centre Fernvale Flyers Cheerleaders performing at 10am and Black Dragon Wu Shu Kung Fu performing at 10:30am and 11:15am.

The Fernvale Rural Fire Brigade will also make an appearance, bringing their truck and all the gear along with an information tent.

Along with the entertainment a variety of stalls will be found on site as well as information desks.

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