Hats off to St Pat's

Ashley Bartlett and Principal Frances Robertson with their mad hats.

Ashley Bartlett and Principal Frances Robertson with their mad hats.

Organising the day all on their own, year 10 students Jesson Bowerman, Annika Rooney, Angela Sullivan and Harry Nichols wanted to raise money for youths with cancer and the organisation YouCan.

Organising the day all on their own, year 10 students Jesson Bowerman, Annika Rooney, Angela Sullivan and Harry Nichols wanted to raise money for youths with cancer and the organisation YouCan.

Manson Sandeburg and Jackson Cook wearing their hats for Mad Hatters Day at St Pats.

Manson Sandeburg and Jackson Cook wearing their hats for Mad Hatters Day at St Pats.

Kindy student Molly Nolan wearing her mad balloon hat.

Kindy student Molly Nolan wearing her mad balloon hat.

Students, teachers, parents and local shops donated cupcakes to raise money for YouCan. Helping out and selling cupcakes, Enya Caffarelli.

Students, teachers, parents and local shops donated cupcakes to raise money for YouCan. Helping out and selling cupcakes, Enya Caffarelli.

THINGS got a little kooky at St Patrick's Parish School last week for a Mad Hatters Tea Party. Students wore their most outrageous hat last Thursday in a show of solidarity with young people who have lost their hair due to treatment for cancer. Students raised $1,650 on the day with all money going to YouCan. YouCan aims to build a dedicated facility in every state for young people with cancer to try to improve the survival rates.

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