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The highlight of the past week would be "Market Night", where the community got together to celebrate a night of activities and stalls for our enjoyment and pleasure.

Market Night

We had extreme laughter and were intoxicated with euphoria. We had to come up with ideas of what we wanted to sell and that was our stall. We were each provided with $50 of fake currency to spend on any stall. Before class everyone lined up to the get the best spot for their stall. Lauren C, Liam, Kaitlin and I ran the arts and crafts stall where everyone was welcome to come and create their very own memoirs e.g. cards, paper cranes, letters of different sorts etc. there was a variety of discreet stalls for instance there was the pancake stall, popcorn stall, tea leaf reading, fortune tellers, hair dye, face painting, ice cream, magicians and lastly rum balls. Food ran out within 20 minutes so that was the crestfallen part of the night. Many photos were taken of the night. Market night will be remembered as a night of happiness and frivolities.

Jasim – Braybrook Secondary College


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