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I'm suppose to make a large sign to be displayed outside of our Church building.... Please help me with the contents of my text below:

Welcome to
[our church name] fund raiser
Food, Games and Live Music

Questions:
Is the use of "fund raiser" correct? (the proceed will actually go to the new church building construction cost) Or should it be "fundraising event"?
Is there a better terms instead of fund raiser thingy?
Would fun fair be in the same catagory?

I would appreciate your help.

Dave
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I wouldn't use "Fund Raiser" right after the church name; "Fundraising Event" is better, but there has to be something better.
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You should watch out for your unmistakable spelling mistakes otherwise somebody here may be able to trace your identity. Isn't there an English saying which is something like " A leopard never changes its spots?" Any corrections will be welcome.
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Sorry I didn't get that one. What do you mean? I am anxious to know.
I appreciate your help, Jacko. Emotion: smile