Youngest grandmother Camilla Jenal (back) is pictured with grand-daughter Amanda Bower, and oldest grandfather Albert McLean (front right) with granddaughter Tayla Fawcett and her other granddad Stan Fawcett, at Mullumbimby Public School’s Grandparents Day.
Youngest grandmother Camilla Jenal (back) is pictured with grand-daughter Amanda Bower, and oldest grandfather Albert McLean (front right) with granddaughter Tayla Fawcett and her other granddad Stan Fawcett, at Mullumbimby Public School’s Grandparents Day.

Wet feet no deterrent for proud grandparents

It rained steadily all last Thursday night, and the school grounds consisted mainly of large puddles, but nothing was going to deter Kindergarten pupils from a rousing rendition of ‘You are my Sunshine’ at last Friday’s annual Grandparents’ Day in the basement at Mullumbimby Public School.
Grandparents young and old were a proud audience as the school’s youngest children showed off their skills in telling the story of Wilfred Gordon McDonald Partridge, playing their triangles and tambourines on the beat, and singing some lovely old favourites.
At the end of the performance there were prizes for the oldest and youngest grandparents and for the one who’d travelled the furthest.
 Youngest grandmother Camilla Jenal (back) is pictured with grand-daughter Amanda Bower, and oldest grandfather Albert McLean (front right) with granddaughter Tayla Fawcett and her other granddad Stan Fawcett, at Mullumbimby Public School’s Grandparents Day.

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