Double drenching at school fair

Year 7 teacher Alice Denley (left) and year 3 teacher Yvonne Culling were repeatedly soaked. Photos by David Williams.
Year 7 teacher Alice Denley (left) and year 3 teacher Yvonne Culling were repeatedly soaked. Photos by David Williams.
Year 7 teacher Alice Denley (left) and year 3 teacher Yvonne Culling were repeatedly soaked.
Year 7 teacher Alice Denley (left) and year 3 teacher Yvonne Culling were repeatedly soaked.
Year 7 teacher Alice Denley (left) and year 3 teacher Yvonne Culling were repeatedly soaked.
Year 7 teacher Alice Denley (left) and year 3 teacher Yvonne Culling were repeatedly soaked.

Good-sport teachers endured small-scale water torture for Arrowtown School on Saturday.

Year 7 teacher Alice Denley and year 3 teacher Yvonne Culling were repeatedly soaked - at $2 a pop - in the ''dunk the teacher'' stand at the school's fair.

The teachers took 15-minute shifts. The fair, which also featured a Lakes District Air Rescue Trust helicopter and police car rides, as well as gourmet food stalls and kapa haka performances, raised $51,000.

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