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Mother of a prize

TOP PRIZE: Danielle Beretta and Amanda Webb from Livefit Studio & Spa.
TOP PRIZE: Danielle Beretta and Amanda Webb from Livefit Studio & Spa. CONTRIBUTED

TO ACKNOWLEDGE the wonderful contribution of mothers within the Gladstone region, The Observer and Livefit Studio & Spa are running a Mother of the Year competition.

This is the perfect chance to let someone know how special they are to you by nominating them.

There are a number of fantastic prizes to be won, including a Face the Day spa package valued at $160 for first prize, a $50 Livefit Studio & Spa gift voucher for second prize and there will be two third prize winners who will each receive a $25 Livefit Studio & Spa gift voucher.

Spa manager Danielle Beretta said the two-and-a-half-hour session up for grabs for first prize was designed to pamper from head to toe and included: an aromatic foot soak and scrub; aroma back, neck and shoulder massage; and, an organic spa signature multi detox clay or age-vita renewal facial.

The Observer is accepting nominations now through to May 4.

All you need to do to enter is email your nominee's photograph, name and contact details along with 150 words or less explaining why she's great along with your name and contact details to lisa.maynard@gladstoneobserver.com.au.




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