ADRA's Christmas spirit

YUM: ADRA Coordinator Helen Hiscock shows off some of the Christmas treats that have been cooked up for afternoon tea.

YUM: ADRA Coordinator Helen Hiscock shows off some of the Christmas treats that have been cooked up for afternoon tea.

Christmas music will be in the air when the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) hosts Christmas in July at the Whyalla Adventist Church on Saturday at 2pm.

The carols will be provided by special guests Dean Hisco and his 10-year-old daughter Charlotte Hisco who is a soloist. The duo are traveling down from Adelaide to attend the event.

Aboriginal ukulele player Georgie Kemp will also be performing.

All who attend will receive a gift from ADRA and get to enjoy a delicious afternoon tea prepared by ADRA volunteers.

ADRA Coordinator Helen Hiscock said the local volunteers were looking forward to hosting the community for a day of music and community singing.

"We've got a lot of tasty Christmas snacks to eat, it's going to be a super relaxing afternoon," she said.

"We're spreading the Christmas spirit in a different way. it fits in with how ADRA supports the community and we just hope residents will come along and enjoy it.

"Our volunteers get a lot out of organising this kind of event."

All are welcome to attend Christmas in July at 63 Hincks Avenue. For more information contact Helen on 0429 700 279.