Sunshine and smiles were the order of the day when Santa dropped in to see the kids of the Central Coast Four Wheel drive club this weekend.
The annual club Christmas Party was a resounding success, with the sun shining all day on the many activities that the club volunteers provided for the kids. Starting with a flying fox in the morning, followed by craft activities, fairy floss and icy cold slushies. There was a short break for a sausage sizzle lunch, before Santa arrived in nothing less than a firetruck with sirens blaring. The kids had all been very good this year as Santa and his trusty elves handed out a beautiful and individual present to every child.
Then it was time for a free for all water fight – from which no one escaped unscathed. A gigantic firetruck powered waterslide followed – providing soapy thrills and spills for the young and the young at heart alike.
Drinks and nibbles on the lawn were provided as the afternoon sun began to wane. followed by a beautiful buffet meal with salads and meats of many kinds. Dessert of cake, pavlova and cheesecake topped off a perfect day.
This was another fantastic effort by our Social Co-Ordinator, Jo Kelly and her team of willing helpers. Co-ordinating such a large event in the bush without the benefits of electricity and kitchens is no small feat!