Thursday, November 13, 2014

Leigh Fisheries are our major Gala sponsor.
Every year they provide us with fresh Seafood for
our Quick Fire Raffles and fillets of fish for our
iconic Fish Burgers in the Gourmet Food tent.
People come from near and far to win the fish
donated by Leigh Fisheries in the Quick Fire Raffle lots.
A massive preschool thank-you for your
continued support!!

A massive thank you to our friends at Tumbleweed Coastal Plants
who support us year after year for our Gala. They also surprise us with
plants for the centre throughout the year and we really appreciate
their ongoing generosity - you guys rock!
For all you planting and landscaping supplies click on their
website link below to find out more!

Liberty Park are loyal sponsors of our Preschool
who generously donate plants to us for our annual Gala
and also throughout the year for various centre projects.
Thanks you so much for you ongoing support!
Click on their website link below to check out their
catalogue of trees or latest specials:

Our unsung hero of the Gala is Frick who year after year
roasts a lamb on a spit for us for our Gourmet Food tent.
Every year there is always a queue of people dying to et their hands
on our famous Lamb rolls and if you're not in quick then you miss out!
Thank you Frick for all the time and effort you put in this.
We love ya!

A huge thanks to Matakana Palms for generously
donating some plants for our Little Farmers Market
 - they were snapped up by happy customers!
Located on Omaha Flats road, make sure you drop in
the next time you are heading to Omaha or Point Wells.
It's also only a 5 min detour from Matakana!

The lovely Joy from the Circuit Room generously
donated Term of Twinkle Toes for your Silent Auction.
She also managed to find us some old yoga mats
for the infamous 'Ice Slide'.
Check out their website link below for more info
on the Circuit Room & their classes!

It wouldn't be a country Gala without hay bales
to sit on while you feast on the delicious fare and
listen to the fantastic entertainment.
This year our fantastic friend Mike Francis generously donated
hay bales for us to use - Thanks Mike!