Stuarts Point Workers Club hosts successful Friendly Grocer Charity Bowls Day

Snapping up the win: Barrier attendant Rod and the crowd at Stuarts Point workers club, look on during the crab cup at the club's annual charity bowls day on November 20.
Snapping up the win: Barrier attendant Rod and the crowd at Stuarts Point workers club, look on during the crab cup at the club's annual charity bowls day on November 20.

Stuarts Point Workers Recreation & Bowls Club hosted the annual Friendly Grocer Charity Bowls Day on November 20.

Club secretary Gary Lewis said a massive $8000 was raised and would go to the Stuarts Point School, preschool and 2018 Yarrahapinni Festival.

Along with the club’s annual bowls competition, an enthusiastic crowd also took part in a few creative games for the fundraiser – crab racing and mullet throwing made for entertaining additions to the day.

The local community came together for the charity auction and shave off to end the day of fundraising for small coastal town.

The auction was a great success, with thanks going to Brett and Monique Groundwater and their suppliers at the Stuarts Point Friendly Grocer, who donated the majority of the items up for grabs.