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Narooma Quota Trivia night for public school

Quota’s trivia night results for Narooma Public School A happy crowd of teachers, parents and trivia enthusiasts helped raise funds for Narooma Public School P&C at Quota’s Trivia Night on Friday. The winning team, the Trivia Tragics generously donated their $100 prize back to the P&C. Their team members included Nicarla Glyde, Sally James, Mark Beaver, Bronwyn Glyde and Lynda Simpson. Paul Sweeney, principal of Narooma Public School, won the raffle prize, a huge basket of vegetables and fruit. Gilly Kearney’s team won the Squiggle contest for the most popular drawing of ‘Parents as Volunteers’, which was the theme for the evening. Narooma Public School P&C president Rachael Niemoeller thanked Quota for hosting the event. She said the money raised would enhance the learning experience of the children at Narooma Public School.Quota’s next trivia night will be held on 16 August for the Narooma School of Arts Studios.

Paul Sweeney (right), principal of Narooma Public School, won the raffle prize at Quota’s trivia night. He is pictured with his team: Leanne Breust, Peter Hodge, Virginia Hodge, Alana Owen-Stewart and Christine Sweeney.

The winning team: Nicarla Glyde, Sally James, Mark Beaver, Bronwyn Glyde and Lynda Simpson.

​Quota Trivia Squiggle Winners: Gillean Kearney (centre) holds the winning Squiggle, surrounded by her team: Peter Kearney, Ian Noormets, David White, Sue Stadler and Rhonda Ober.

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