The evening was a selection of dancing and games, with lots of prizes being awarded to participants. The tuckshop was also serving hamburgers, sausages, hot dogs and a variety of soups. “We actually ran out of hamburgers and pumpkin soup on the night; they were so popular,” said Caloundra Christian College Business Manager, Mrs Beryl Hastie. “The hot food was a real hit.”
The main aim of the evening was to connect with the International students who come at this time each year in short term study tours. “Their favourite dance is the ‘Waves of Bondi,’” said Mr Hodges. “That, and ‘Ned Kelly’s Farewell’,” he added.