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Narooma Quota Trivia is back

With Covid restrictions we have been unable to run our trivia nights for nearly 12 months, but with some reduction to numbers, we are back! It was great to see so many people enjoying this social night at Club Narooma. One of our regular teams - the Trivia Tragics not only won the night, they also won the squiggle as well. Congratulations to Pauline Wilcock, Lynda Simpson, Clare Cork, Bronwyn Glyde, Gayle Allison, Mark Beaver and Sally James.

Our raffle (organised by IGA Dalmeny) was won by Anne Thornton.

Thanks to all those who attended, and also to Club Narooma for their ongoing support. Money raised from the night (over $600) will go towards the many programs that Quota Narooma supports in our community.

Quota looks forward to once again having regular trivia nights, with the next one planned for May.


Anne Thornton, winner of the raffle (prepared by IGA Dalmeny), with Quota President Sue Fahey.

Winning team Trivia Tragics - Pauline Wilcock, Lynda Simpson, Clare Cork, Bronwyn Glyde, Gayle Allison, Mark Beaver and Sally James. (not in order). You’ll notice the Trivia Tragics are also holding a photo from winning a previous Trivia Night - back in 2010. Your ongoing support is much appreciated!

Anne Thornton won the raffle (prepared by IGA Dalmeny) - presented by President Sue Fahey

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