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Thursday, June 27, 2019
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We kicked off our beach tour with a Giant Pick-up stick competition. Two contestants competed till one of them dropped out. This was followed by a Miss Mini Coca Cola.  Although only three girls entered they all deserved their prizes, keeping the "pose" despite their shyness. The Volleyball was well attended with a full eight teams. The Treasure Hunt was a lot of fun as the kids collected as much as they could from a massive swimming pool in 60 seconds. We ended off the day with a range of different activities in a few exciting rounds of Beach Olympics.


Mr Mini Coca Cola had a record 29 contestants. Many laughs and smiles went around as these young guys showed off their muscles and danced their ego's away. A lot of kids entered the Graffiti Chalk Art Competition. It was very difficult for the judges to decide the winner as all of their work was magnificent. Another Volleyball tournament was also contested with a good response from the crowd.


Hibberdene showed off their potential and ability in the Talent Show. The Tug-of-war competition was played on a "winner keeps the field" basis. The winners of the volleyball thought they could win this title as well, but were beaten quite convincingly by the local lifeguards. SA and NZ re-staged the quarter final match in the Mini - Cricket competition, where the Proteas redeemed themselves.


The Miss Coca Cola Superteen contestants were full of energy and creativity. From miming "Baby" by Justin Bieber to an electric dance solo - the large crowd was certainly entertained. A highlight of the day was the Fun Zone. The boys and girls loved the Push-ups,  Limbo and Bucket Race. This was followed by an Egg & Spoon Race with a twist - running through the relays with an Easter Egg.


Weird and wonderful was the order of the day as the kids created very interesting constructions in the Sandcastle building competition. From submarines and pig faces to a nature reserve and volcano - they kept the judges guessing. The Fun Zone was once again a huge success, this time the girls skipping the rope more than 60 times to win the challenge. The people of Hibberdene were sad to see us go. They'll just have to wait for the next holiday season.

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