Trivia Night raises $900 for School Savvy CQ

More than 50 people gathered at St Theresa’s Community Centre on Friday for an evening of tacos, trivia and tremendous fun.

The evening was a huge success with $900 raised for School Savvy – an initiative giving Central Queensland families, with school-aged children, the best possible chance to start the school year well.

CentacareCQ School Savvy project coordinator Anna Morris and assistant Danielle Mitchell said attendees enjoyed the ‘modern take’ on the trivia questions and were enthralled in the competitive game of coin-toss held during intermission.

Danielle explained: “The coin toss was definitely a highlight of the night. Participants would donate a gold coin by tossing it towards prizes, located at the end of the room. The closest coin to the prizes won.

“For the first round, we had a line-up of people waiting to have their go. The whole room was captivated as they watched on to see how everyone’s attempts went.”

Danielle said the money raised would go towards purchasing stationery for the pop-up shops held in the Rockhampton, Capricorn Coast and Bundaberg regions in January 2020.

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