Despite the challenge the members are happy that they completed the marathon.
Young and old are enjoying a fun-filled day.
In attendance were 900 competitors from eight different schools and they participated in the u-9 open age groups for netball and soccer.
“This is the biggest single donation we have ever received.”
SA Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind was in attendance and gave a demonstration of the guide dogs’ abilities to the public.
Robbie also delved into the history of the Dynamite Museum and the background of explosives in the area since the 1850s.
The show held over May 11 and 12 gave community members the opportunity to view various species of orchids.
There are homemade food and drinks and freshly grown produce.
The competition hosted a variety of ages where children could enter the competition with their parents.
On the day, community members had the opportunity to have their copies of Something’s Cooking autographed.
Husband and wife team Branden and Lisa Sarappa said they decided to host the day for free as many community members cannot afford health checks.