Children soak up Christmas message

LEARNING: The Quizworx team in Dalby.
LEARNING: The Quizworx team in Dalby.

LAST week more than 950 students from Dalby South State School and Dalby State School were treated to four sessions of a program presented by a team of two young people from Quizworx Sydney.

The sessions were presented at the Dalby Presbyterian Church, with the church more than happy to accommodate the program.

The sessions consisted of a puppet presentation by puppets Percival and Ruby and backed up with singing and reading from a giant book to bring out the real meaning of Christmas.

The main message delivered from the presentation was that Christmas is bigger than presents, food and even bigger than family because Christmas is God stepping into the world as a human baby, Jesus.

The children thoroughly enjoyed the tightly packed sessions and greeted the presenters Mike and Lydia enthusiastically and loudly.

The Dalby performances were part of a circuit of a number of Darling Downs schools by the Quizworx team.

Ann Henschell from the Dalby Presbyterian Church told the Dalby Herald it was great to see all of the children have a smile on their face throughout the show.

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