YOLK’S ON THE TEACHERS!

Jessica CuthbertAlbany Advertiser
Cameron pours eggs and baked beans on brother Aaron.
Camera IconCameron pours eggs and baked beans on brother Aaron. Credit: Jessica Cuthbert

It was a students’ dream come true last week on the grounds of Australian Christian College as students had school approval to egg their teachers.

Teachers were left with egg on their faces last Friday — all for a great cause.

Aaron Giovanazzi, 14, led a fundraising challenge, Crack a Cure for Cystic Fibrosis, raising money and awareness of the genetic disease.

Aaron smashed his fundraising goal of $500, raising more than $2000 in just two weeks.

Brothers Cameron and Aaron Giovanazzi.
Camera IconBrothers Cameron and Aaron Giovanazzi. Credit: Jessica Cuthbert

He did it in support of his younger brother Cameron, who has the disease. Aaron’s mother Belinda Giovanazzi said she was incredibly proud of her sons.

“It’s been a fantastic experience, I’m so proud of Aaron for doing this,” she said.

“The day was fantastic.

“I think he lived every kid’s dream of throwing eggs and having other students throw eggs on their teachers’ head.”

Crack a Cure challenge was a barrel of laughs as teachers were egged.
Camera IconCrack a Cure challenge was a barrel of laughs as teachers were egged. Credit: Jessica Cuthbert.

Aaron’s teacher Paul Gandini said it was an “eggscellent” and “cracking” event.

“The school is very proud of Aaron and I am very proud as Aaron’s teacher,” he said.

“This is not only a great event for him to raise money, but we’ve seen a great change in Aaron — his confidence has grown.”

Cystic fibrosis affects the lungs and digestive system in nearly 4000 people in Australia.

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