Inclusion WA quiz night rocks!
The 5th annual Inclusion WA quiz night was a roaring success, with over 200 attendees filling the RISE function suite with a healthy mix of competition and frivolity for a very good cause: Inclusion WA’s community development programs.
Our illustrious MC Russell Woolf entertained the crowd while mini games, a silent auction and a raffle between quiz rounds kept everyone’s generosity flowing. The bar - fully stocked with alcohol generously donated by Little Creatures brewery and Beckett’s Flat and Mantra wineries - didn’t hurt fundraising efforts either!
The night wasn’t complete without a suspenseful conclusion: a draw between the top two teams was decided by a rousing game of rock paper scissors. Well done to table 19 who finally took out the top honours.
A huge thank you to everyone who came along and took part on the night. It’s due in large part to all of our supporters that we’re able to continue the fantastic work we do within the community.
A special thank you goes out to all of the companies who donated goods for the bar, raffle, auction and prizes: wineries Alexander Hill, Barrecas, Beckett’s Flat, Brown Hill Estate, Byron & Harold, Cape Lodge, Coward and Black, Fermoy Estate, Fraser Gallop Estate, Ipso Facto, Juniper Estate, Mantra, Peos Estate, Pinelli, Rosabrook, Skuttlebutt, The Explorers, Vinaceous, Vintners Ridge and West Cape Howe; Little Creatures Brewery; accommodation providers Bay Village Resort and Spa Dunsborough, Cape Lodge and Duxton Hotel; Must Wine Bar; Mondo Butchers; and radio station 720 ABC.
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