Clarkson Library’s Wall Warriors proves a popular school holiday activity

Enjoying the Rock Art session are (L-R) Dayna Neill (7), Claire Neill and Ronan O'Riley (6). Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750
Danielle Coetzee (8). Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750
Dean Oliver with his daughter Paige (4). Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750
Listening to story time is Jaylah Pilton (5). Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750
Emily (4) and Jackson (7) Idel. Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750
Enjoying the Rock Art session are (L-R) Dayna Neill (7), Claire Neill and Ronan O'Riley (6). Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750 Danielle Coetzee (8). Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750 Dean Oliver with his daughter Paige (4). Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750 Listening to story time is Jaylah Pilton (5). Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750 Emily (4) and Jackson (7) Idel. Picture: Marie Nirme www.communitypix.com.au d474750

ABOUT 100 people took part in an event hosted by fundraising group Wall Warriors at Clarkson Library during the school holidays.

Organiser Claire Neill, of Butler, said more than $200 was raised for Camp Quality as people participated in the two-hour storytelling and rock event on October 5. “Kids then got to colour their stone and hop on NOR Rocks Facebook page and share where they were going to hide their rock,” she said.

“We had a surprise visit from Mario Brothers mascots and ultimately Wall Warriors, our local community group who is sanctioned to raise money and awareness for Camp Quality, did so successfully.”

Mrs Neill started the group three years ago to tick off bucket list items, including visiting the Great Wall of China, while fundraising for the charity, which supports children with cancer.

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