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Pukerua Bay School Gala 29 March 2014

Pukerua Bay School Gala 29 March 2014

Pack your bucket and spade, slap on sunscreen and head on down to this year’s Seaside Gala at Pukerua Bay School – Saturday 29 March, 11am.

This year’s gala has something for everyone from Fairy and Elf Land to horses, paintball, entertainment and great food. All our favourite stalls will be there including books, clothes, toys, bric-a-brac and craft. Don’t worry if you run out of cash, you can use our eftpos machine to snag a bargain at the silent auction or best bid auction.

For more information visit www.pukeruabay.school.nz

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