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Kunama 1956


The School Shop


A devoted band of lunch-cutting ladies and a cheerful bunch of second-year "shop assistants" comprise the staff of the school tuckshop, which operates through a window in the top building.

Thanks to the efforts of these folk, school funds have benefited by £1100 since February 1955. The boisterous group at the serving window should not be forgotten, for it is their patronage which keeps the funds so healthy.

Work in the tuckshop, and service from it, are hampered by lack of space, but it is hoped to expand a little before long and so make the work of the "staff" easier, and service to the "customers" more efficient, while at the same time augmenting school funds so that school equipment generally can be improved.


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