Father Andrew Grace will be putting himself on the line on Sunday, or at least on the plank.
He’ll be wearing a Manly jersey – arguably the most hated team in the National Rugby League – and allowing people to throw a ball to dunk him in water.
This will be one of many attractions at the Sacred Heart Parish fete, which will be held at St Patricks school grounds on Warrambool St in Griffith from 1130pm to 3pm on Sunday.
There will be BBQ and Filipino cuisine, hot dogs; crostoli, biscotti, with Mrs Whippee is attendance too.
Dodgem cars, aqua balls, bungey jumps will be available for $8 each.
They’ll also be a slide castle, mini bike’n’tractor round and genie jet ride for $5 a piece.
Patrons are encouraged to get in early and save by pre-purchasing a ticket for unlimited rides, which costs just $30.
Elio Cocilova and Roy Catanzariti will be on hand to provide high quality live entertainment.
Louise Barbaro has been busy as part of the committee organising the event.
“It’s going to be great. Come to church at 1030am, and then stay around for the fete afterwards. It’ll be fun for the whole family”.
Proceeds raised at the fete go to the church.
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