It was a delighted winner of the Apple Ipad at St Monica’s Primary school fete in Evatt on Saturday 23rd March.
The winner, Nikki from Dunlop, took out the prize after correctly guessing the number of lollies in the jar at 235.
Nikki was one of over 100 entries that were received on the day, which was a great result according to Ray White Belconnen Community Director, Sam Faulks.
“It was great to be out and about in our local region, and to spend some time with the parents and kids of St Monica’s. The fete was a really great day out.” said Faulks.
“We are very clear in our understanding that we exist as a part of the Belconnen community, and that any success we have in our business is a result of how we engage with the people who live in our local area. We are determined to continue to give something back.”
St Monica’s joins other local organisations as Ray White Belconnen Community partners – Miles Franklin Primary School, Belconnen Arts Centre, Gungahlin Eagles Rugby Club, Daramalan College, Ginninderra Little Athletics and Camp Quality.