Students promise mad event

Set for fun: Sandra McDonald (second from left) will be given a hand by Campbelltown Performing Arts High School students, including Nathan Mitchell, 17, Jacqueline Nichele, 12, James Taylor, 16, Yannis Mouhtaris, 16, and Talara Smith, 17, at next month's Mad Hatters Tea Party. Picture: Simon Bennett
Set for fun: Sandra McDonald (second from left) will be given a hand by Campbelltown Performing Arts High School students, including Nathan Mitchell, 17, Jacqueline Nichele, 12, James Taylor, 16, Yannis Mouhtaris, 16, and Talara Smith, 17, at next month's Mad Hatters Tea Party. Picture: Simon Bennett

Students promise mad event

to raise money for local charity

They promise to make it "the maddest event in Macarthur" so local charity Beautiful Minds have won the help of some circus-tricking students for their Mad Hatters Tea Party at Ingleburn RSL Club on March 10.

Students from Campbelltown Performing Arts High School will be providing roving entertainment in between croquet, psychic readings and cash prizes given out for the maddest hats.

All the money raised will go towards mental health projects in Macarthur.

"What we want to do is give a positive affirmation about mental health recovery," Beautiful Minds president Sandra McDonald said. "Many people who have mental illnesses are clever and creative."

Money raised will be shared between renovations at Harmony House and to ROAM mental health nurses based in Camden. Captain Pat McGeown from radio C91.3 will be MC, TV psychic Florence King will give readings.

Details: Mad Hatters Tea Party, Sunday, March 10, at Ingleburn RSL Club, 2pm. Tickets $30. Call 9765 7700.

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