Hospital trivia night success

Andrew Ogilvie, quizmaster, with Diana Winter and the artwork she donated to the Friends of the Old Bega Hospital Trivia Night auction.

Andrew Ogilvie, quizmaster, with Diana Winter and the artwork she donated to the Friends of the Old Bega Hospital Trivia Night auction.

THE Tarraganda Golf Club was packed on Saturday night, July 29, for the Friends of the Old Bega Hospital Trivia Night.

Teams wrestled with three different puzzles on their tables, while general knowledge was tested on the main quizzes set by Rhonda Jones.

Andrew Ogilvie as quizmaster was both witty and entertaining.

There were also games including contestants gyrating to YMCA and trying out their sculpting skills with pink playdough.

Jamie Forbes was called on by Andrew to sing the answers to the musical quiz questions.

Over 20 delicious cakes were auctioned for supper, and a lovely pastel work donated by Diana Winter reached a great price after spirited bidding.

The winners were a team called The Young Guns and its members had a choice of donated prizes including the work of  the spinners and weavers and the potters who meet at the Old Bega Hospital.

Richard Bomford, president of the Friends of the Old Bega Hospital, thanked everyone for making the night such a success.

All proceeds will go towards the restoration of the Old Bega Hospital as a community and cultural centre.