Chanel on a roll in rockin' night
WITH the Relay For Life only two weeks away, Chanel College took it to the lanes on Saturday night to raise funds for its team.
Event organiser Peggy Radel is pleased with the results of the Rock 'n' Roll themed bowling night.
“We managed to raise almost $1000 on the night. With everybody dressed up and having fun, it made for a fun night in the name of fundraising,” she said.
If you walked into Gladstone Tenpin Bowl, you would have been forgiven for thinking you'd just walked on to the set of Grease or Happy Days, though the glow-in-the dark bowling made it modern.
People of all ages dressed up in 1950s greaser and pink lady-style outfits, making the night enjoyable for all involved.
Prizes for best dressed and highest and lowest games made sure everyone had a good time and raffle prizes were donated by Bunnings Warehouse, Supercheap Auto Gladstone, Kmart and The Young Australian Hotel.
“Our major prize of a beauty makeover will be drawn at the relay. A lot of ladies are really vying for that prize,” Ms Radel said.
The prize, featuring a hair cut and colour from Uber Hair, a two-month Curves membership, $100 Fantasy Rags voucher and Craig Chapman photography session, have all been generously donated for the event. Tickets are $5 and are available from Peggy Radel from Chanel College at the school office on Paterson street or by telephoning 4978 1566.