Stainless Steel Pegs Fundraiser
Due to popular request, the Kaikorai Primary school parents group are running a second round of Indestructible Stainless Steel Pegs fundraising for Term 4.

We are selling bags of environmentally friendly stainless steel clothes pegs in packs of 20. Unlike plastic pegs, stainless steel pegs are indestructible, rust resistant and will never get moldy or break apart. The pegs come in a reusable cotton bag which makes them the perfect gift, and the bag is ideal for reuse as produce bag for nuts, seeds etc.

They make a perfect Christmas gift for friends, family, coaches and Secret Santa - and look fab hanging up Christmas cards in front of the fireplace - then your child's artwork!

20 Standard Pegs are $20

20 Marine Grade Pegs (recommended if you live within 500m of the sea) $28.

All profits from this fundraiser will be put towards our new playground fund and school activities.

Please place orders either via the school order form and make payment to the Parent Group bank account 03-0905-0043005-00 with you Name, Room and 'PEGS' in the reference.

We'd appreciate you collating your individual orders into 1 total order per family and 1 total payment. When paying please ensure that the name on the payment is the same name as on the order form. Please also include your child’s name and class number.

Orders will close on 29th November 2019 with collection of your products from the school library prior to the end of term 4 or earlier where possible. Final pick-up details will be confirmed and announced closer to the time.

Please get behind this easy fundraiser and share with your friends, family and colleagues.

Thanks!

Any questions please email Andrea andreacknight@gmail.com
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Standard Peg - $20 for 20
MARINE GRADE Pegs -$28 for 20
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