Pretty flowers and great entertainment at Morongla Hall

The children who provided the entertainment at Morongla for the annual Red Cross Flower Show.
The children who provided the entertainment at Morongla for the annual Red Cross Flower Show.

At the Morongla Hall on Saturday, October 27, a very successful and enjoyable afternoon was had by all at the Morongla Flower Show. 

Thank you to Jan for judging the cuts and Margaret for judging the decorative. 

Thank you to the workers of the Morongla Red Cross and the people who donated money and trophies. 

A big thank you to the crowd that came and to Mary-Ann Wright and her students. 

Thank you to students Oscar McGill, who played piano, Erin Frazer, who played flute, her sister Caitlin Frazer who played clarinet, Archer Cohan who played the violin, Zsalea Mansley, also on violin, Pascale Stendall on the saxophone and Karly Woods, instrumental. 

The girls sang two songs. 

Thank you to the girls from Woodstock. 

Mary Gunderson won first prize in the Mixed Stall raffle. 

Margaret Flannery won second prize. 

Stan Walker took home a prize from the door raffle and Zelma Beecher won the lucky door prize. 

All the people who attended said what a great afternoon it was. 

It is an annual event so looking to a good time in 12 months time. 

We had a couple of new sections in the Decorative competition. 

“Garden in a Bag” and “It’s Party Time”, they were popular and lovely to see. 

How creative some people are, so much talent. 

The Champion Cut was won by Mary Binnington. 

Most Successful in Cuts was Myrtle Wright and the Champion Decorative was won by Rebekah Wright.