WBRSL MEGA Xmas Toy & Electronics Raffle
The raffle will be drawn at the time and location listed below.
Wednesday, 22 December 2021
455 Princes Highway, Woonona, NSW, 2517
The raffle is now closed.
The prize winner(s) are listed below.
Mega Bloks Mega Build 'n Learn Table
This Mega Bloks Mega First Builders Build 'n Learn Blue Table is perfect for little hands, providing hands-on play for early childhood development.
Portable, folding table building set
Build a town with house, bakery, mailbox & more
Match & count to learn colors & numbers
Comes with 2 rolling vehicles
Tabletop track for rolling fun
Age: 1 to 5 years
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