Rainbow Bricks Charity Lego Display at Bay FEATURED Nelson Bay (Tomaree Peninsula areas) Port Stephens News by News Of The Area - Modern Media - January 8, 2019 Tomaree Hospital Ladies Auxiliary Glynis Durrant, Cheryl Miller, Wendy Lane and Narelle Wakelin. Photo by Marian Sampson. IT was all things Lego this week as Rainbow Bricks returned for the eighth year to display amazing Lego creations. Modern Media: Advertise with News Of The Area and you get your ad in 1) in Print, 2) on the News Website (like this ad), and 3) on our Social Media news site. A much more efficient way to advertise. Reach a HUGE audience for a LOW price TODAY! Call us on 02 4983 2134. Or email@example.com Or CLICK FOR ADVERT QUOTE Over the years Rainbow Bricks has raised funds for a range of schools, not for profits and charities in the region through their displays. This year the recipients of the funds raised at the event will go to the Tomaree Community Hospital Ladies Auxiliary. Cheryl Miller of the Ladies Auxiliary told News Of The Area, “We are working towards raising $50,000 in funds to buy a monitor which will show all patient information for the emergency department. “They are also hoping to buy monitors for individual patients which will cost around $5000 each.” The ladies were manning the door and selling raffle tickets and can also be found around the shopping centre at Salamander Bay. The event is delivered by Rainbow Bricks’ Angela and Kevin, who are residents in Port Stephens. Many of the exhibitors are avid Lego builders who give up their time to display their creations. Zachary Portelli aged three enthusiastically said that his favourite creation was the big blue truck. There were trains, ferris wheels, remote control cars and lots of interactive stations for children to explore. You can follow Rainbow Bricks to find out about exhibitions and general Lego news on the Rainbow Bricks Facebook page or at www.rainbowbricks.com.au By Marian SAMPSON The Big Blue Truck. Photo by Marian Sampson. Leo and Zachary Portelli enjoying the remote control Lego cars. Photo by Marian Sampson.