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Nutty movie does the job for Magpies

Friday, 19th January, 2018

Central juniors (back, from left) Ashtyn Vine, Tyson White and (front) Nate Vine, Oscar White and Zak Vine sporting their black and white at the Silver City Cinema. PICTURE: Emily Ferguson Central juniors (back, from left) Ashtyn Vine, Tyson White and (front) Nate Vine, Oscar White and Zak Vine sporting their black and white at the Silver City Cinema. PICTURE: Emily Ferguson

By Emily Ferguson

The Central Broken Hill Football Club juniors are getting prepared for the  football season with their first fundraiser of the year getting underway tomorrow.

‘The Nut Job 2 - Nutty by Nature’ premieres at the Silver City Cinema at 12 midday.

“Without people like John in the community helping out clubs like ours, we would struggle to raise the necessary funds to replace ageing sporting equipment and keep the juniors going,” said Heidi White, junior coordinator.

The cinema’s owner, John Wren, has a deal specific to the fundraiser - families of four $50, children under two free, and regular tickets $13.50 each.

A door prize raffle will also on offer.

‘The Nut Job 2 - Nutty by Nature’ is a fun family movie full of adventure, talking fluffy animals and a lot of laughs - just perfect for a Saturday afternoon.

“The Central Football club would like to welcome all players, new and old, to join us at the cinema on Saturday,” said Heidi. “Membership forms will be available at the door.”

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