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July 2015 News

Families bush dance the night away

  • Written by  Family Life Highfields
Families joining in with the fun at the Family Life Bush Dance Photo: Provided

The first ‘Family Life Bush Dance’ held on the June 13 at the Cabarlah Hall, proved to be a great success.

Approximately 90 people attended the family fun event, with the musical band ‘Cloud 9’, providing a professional, delightful and enjoyable evening.

“From the very youngest of the children present, to the very oldest of the adults, everyone had a great time and all showed extraordinary zeal and enthusiasm with lots of fun and laughter, accentuated by the fact that it was a great drug and alcohol-free family fun time,” said Family Life Highfields Pastor Ralph Bleakley.

Colourful decorations of fairy lights, bunting, as well as rows and seats of bales of hay, added to the typical bush and country atmosphere. 

“Participation was at an all time high with the hall almost being filled to capacity during the many varied dances,” said Pastor Ralph. 

“Good clean family fun is like what the Bible refers to in Proverbs 17:22 – ‘A merry heart does good like a medicine.’ It certainly proved to do just that!”

“A supper of delicious finger foods, sweets, hot and cold drinks rounded off a great and wonderfully satisfying evening!”

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