The West Belconnen Raiders Club was haunted by some scary-looking characters on Friday 13 July, when Belconnen Community Service (BCS) presented its Trivia Night. The spooky-themed event raised over $4200 for the annual 10/10 project and will help BCS volunteers clean up 10 gardens in the Belconnen region on this spring. The 10/10 project helps at-risk homes by providing garden makeovers with 10 groups of volunteers mowing lawns, doing weeding, removing rubbish and making other improvements.
Mandy, BCS’ Acting CEO said, “the costumes were fantastic and the night was great fun!”
BCS Receptionist Maryam came dressed as a fortune-telling gypsy and was nominated for a best dressed award. She said “I think it’s a great way to get together with friends and see what you don’t know. There was a good mix of questions which made it more inclusive, even for those who thought they didn’t know any trivia!”
The best dressed award was won by Nick who is a regular at Belconnen Community Centre. Nick came dressed as An American Werewolf in London.
BCS would like thank the sponsors who made the Trivia Night such a huge success.
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