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Toowoomba's Biggest Cent Sale EVER

From:Saturday 30 March 2019
To:Saturday 30 March 2019
Time:9:00am - 02:30pm Saturday 30 March 2019
Location:Centenary Heights State High School, 60 Ramsay St, Toowoomba, QLD 4350 Australia

This is held every year in Memory of Rebecca Betros, who lost her life to Cancer at 16 years of age. First started her fight at 13 years of age.

A cent sale is many raffles and in this case we have over 350 prizes and tickets are only 10c each. Prizes donated by many local businesses and we also have many vouchers to be won.

Entry is $10 and children under 10 is just $5. Eveybody receives Free 100 cent sale tickets, Free Lunch, Free tea and coffee all day, plus a lucky door ticket where they are 3 prizes up for grabs.

We also will be selling Multi draw raffle, easter egg raffle, lucky dogs plus a lucky rabbit . Cash to be won.

Tickets can be pre-purchased and no scrunching or folding of tickets allowed. It is on March 30th  at Centenary Heights State School Hall at 60 Ramsay Street Toowoomba .

Doors will open at 9am and drawing with start at 11am. There will be a lunch break at around 12.30 and we hope to be out of hall by 2.30 in time for everybody to go to the Toowoomba Show.

Spend a extra $20 on cent sale tickets and get a Free bag of goodies ( limited first 100 people) These include a led light picture valued at $15 each, plus magnic boards value $10 each and ties, notebooks plus much more.


No tables will be held so be early! 


For pre purchase of ticketss ring 0417 478 845 if no answer leave a message. Closer to day we will be traveling to as far as Crows Nest, Gatton, Alora and Dalby with tickets. 


Working Towards a Cancer Free World

Proudly supporting Queensland Cancer Council.




Centenary Heights State High School
60 Ramsay St
Entry charges - Adult$10
Entry charges - Child$5 (U 10)
Contact phone 0417 478 845
Booking informationno booking required , Pre-sale of tickets. 0417 478 845
Is food and drink available?Yes
Are toilets available?Yes
Is there disabled access?Yes


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