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Quota Narooma: A huge turnout for Animal Welfare League trivia night

Animal lovers flocked to Quota’s November trivia contest to help raise funds for the Animal Welfare League.

Spokesperson for the AWL, Clare Hooper, thanked everyone for attending and encouraged lots of spending throughout the night. The AWL needs funds to continue its animal de-sexing program and for rehoming pets.

The “Trivia Tragics” won the contest and generously donated their $100 prize to the Animal Welfare League. The team members were Lynda Simpson, Sally James, Pauline Wilcock, Mark Beaver, Nicarla Glyde and Bronwyn Glyde.

Some amazing Squiggles were created to reflect the evening’s theme “Fur Babies”. Gillian Kearney’s artwork won the contest in the gold-coin vote. Her team members included Kaye Lawrence, Mandy Anderson, Tricia Gahan, Emma Fairweather, Tina Ladiges, Joan Robinson and Nevis Res.

The winner of the huge vegie and fruit platter was Bonnie Hibbet.

Quota’s next trivia night will be held on 15 February for the Narooma High School Show Team.

Above: The winning team members included Lynda Simpson, Sally James, Pauline Wilcock, Mark Beaver,Nicarla Glyde and Bronwyn Glyde.

Above: Pictured with the winning Squiggle is Gillian Kearney and some of her team members including JoanRobinson, Mandy Anderson, Tina Ladiges, Kaye Lawrence and Tricia Gahan.

Above: Raffle winner Bonnie Hibbet (left) accepts her prize from Quota president Chris Ryder.

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