Griffith youngsters serve up a feast

GRIFFITH'S youngest restaurateurs put on a delicious spread for their families who weren't allowed to lift a finger.

The year six students held the charity fundraiser in a bid to fund a clock for the playground and to say thank you to their parents for helping them through primary school.

Waitress for the day, Demi Favero, said she and her classmates had cooked the food at home in anticipation of the event.

"This is something special for us all to do in our last year, which we don't normally get to do," Demi said.

"We picked names out of a hat and assigned jobs to everyone, like food preparation, front counter, waiting and washing dishes."

Proud grandparents, Alan and Lyn Power, were thrilled to be waited upon.

"The morning tea was beautiful, the service is great and it's nice to have morning tea with our grandson before he goes to high school," Mrs Power said.

"It's good for the school to raise money and it's a lovely atmosphere."

Year six teacher Robyn Delves said the kids did a tremendous job cooking the food and decorating the restaurant.

"We've been here since goodness-knows what time squeezing fresh orange juice," she said.

"The kids are so excited about the whole thing, it feels like Christmas, and it is fantastic that they're raising money for an outdoor clock."

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