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Easter Book Fair held for 46th year

Pearl Beach Progress Association will hold its Easter Saturday Book Fair from 9am on Saturday, April 8, at the Pearl Beach Memorial Hall.

"The Easter Saturday Book Fair is celebrating 46 years and is the largest single fundraising activity managed by the Association," said publicity officer Ms Lynne Lillico.

Book Fair co-ordinator Ms Alison Phillips said: "All books are good quality and include many popular authors to keep you engrossed.

"This year as well as selling books, we will have the Back Deck Cafe, Easter Raffle and a Homemade by Locals stall out front of the Memorial Hall."

She said cash and credit cards would be accepted.

Proceeds from the Book Fair and raffle go toward Pearl Beach initiatives and the Memorial Hall upkeep and maintenance.

Ms Lillico said: "As a significant event on the Pearl Beach calendar, this year's annual Book Fair promises to be no exception.

"Don't miss out on finding that special novel, biography, children's book, art book, house and garden book, or puzzles and DVDs.

"There's always a surprise or two among the thousands of titles of pre-loved books."

With inquiries, phone 0487 444 537.





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