We are looking forward to the energy and vibe of the Hawaiian atmosphere complete with a luau banquet, and Polynesian music and dance at this year’s Aloha OCEANfest on Friday night. People will be able to relax and enjoy a range of other foods from an array of stalls, rides, side show alley, entertainment including the finals of our limelight competition, relaxing in the licenced Tiki cocktail bar, opportunities to win over $25,000 worth of prizes and the fireworks.
Through these activities, members of the community have the opportunity to not only support the fundraising activities of the College but also make a contribution to support children and youth that are part of the College’s Cambodian project and our farmers through contributing to the Buy A Bale drought relief fund.
We thank our organising committee led by Mrs Teena Thompson, over 60 sponsors parents, students, staff and St Mark’s Lutheran Church’s congregation who have combined to provide generous hospitality and lots of opportunities for fun and connection. We’re looking forward to a wonderful afternoon and evening of relaxation and having fun!