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Issue 116  |  22 November 2017
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From our Principal

School Fees

There has been much commentary in the media over a significant time-period now about Gonski 2.0 and the impact this will have on the funding of the Catholic sector. There is no doubt that this decision will have an impact on Catholic schools and the challenge is now about how we as a sector, and,  St. Peter’s College rise up to meet that challenge. I can assure parents of one thing, we will be working tirelessly to ensure the learning programs on offer continue to provide students with a first-class, innovative and engaging 21st century learning experience. The College Board met two weeks ago and approved a fee increase of 4.5%. This has subsequently been communicated to you in the  2018 Fee Letter distributed recently. I am very mindful of the impact an increase in school fees might have on our families. Many Catholic schools are suggesting a fee increase of between 6 and 10%. Our rise in fees, an increase of 4.5%, reflects the increase in education costs as expressed in the education component of the consumer price index (CPI). We believe this rise to be justified to ensure the continued education provision for all St. Peter’s College students. 

Headstart Begins

Headstart is just that a head start on next year’s academic year. Gone are the end of year movies and “free time”. It is instead a stimulating and period of engaging work program. Students for the most part will have their 2018 teachers and all will be in their 2018 class groups. One of the advantages of this program is that any anxieties around who I might have and who is going to be in my class are dissolved. For our senior students the ability to commence their VCE/VCAL program early and ensure any holiday homework is relevant are only two of many advantages. The success of last year’s Headstart program was predicated on the following principles:

  1. A stimulated and engaging learning program
  2. A purposeful learning program
  3. Minimal disruptions from learning
  4. The ability to iron out all of the little issues synonymous with the commencement of the school year thus ensuring a smooth beginning to the 2018 academic year.

The feedback from parents to last year’s program was very positive. A common reflection being that their children were excited about a new beginning. I wish everyone the very best as they embark on Headstart 2.0 and I look forward to witnessing the launch of Schoolbox in a systematic way as a part of this year’s headstart program.

The Yr 9 Learning Centre is Open for Business – East Campus

Over the past 9 months, a large additional building has slowly been built. For our Year 9 students who commenced their learning program this week, that meant entering into a new building and a new world of learning. Designed to deliver a different style of learning, the Year 9 building provides for all learners and opens up endless opportunities for students as individuals or collaboratively with others, to extend themselves in their learning. Built around the “the 4 C’s, Collaboration, Communication, Critical thinking and Creativity, students will be engaged in new ways of learning. I challenge (another C word) both staff and students to not limit the learning in anyway within this new and innovative program and to reach for the stars. In taking on this challenge the hope is that students will come to realise that learning has no end point it only opens up more learning and more challenge. We look forward into the future to seeing this new space alive with learning.

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From the turning of the First Sod in April this year.....

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......to the wondrous Learning spaces that have emerged!!!


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Solomon Islands

Our group of 11 students and two staff members head off to our annual pilgrimage to the Solomon Islands. This program was established as an alternative to schoolies, it also provides opportunities for the students to give back something to a group who require our support. A number of events and activities are scheduled for the group this year. One highlight will be when the group are able to present their fund-raising cheque to support the work of the staff at the Bishop Epalle School.

Over the past number of years the money raised by the St. Peter’s College has been collected to finance a new building which will house the staffroom, library and classrooms for IT. This building, to be known as St. Peter’s Building, is to be blessed and officially opened by the Archbishop whilst the group is on the island this year. As such I will be making a flying visit to the Solomon Islands for the formalities, together with two of the pioneering staff who helped set-up the program, Roger and April Hampson. I look forward to be able to report back to you in a week’s time about the experience.

Enjoy the week ahead

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Chris Black

Latest News
East Campus News

Year 9 Camp 2017: Fun in the sun.

The Year 9 Camp is always a great adventure and experience for our students and staff. The weather has in the past been the biggest challenge. However this year the sun was certainly shinning as the buses pulled away. From all reports the weather remained reasonable allowing all of the varied activities to take place. Tired as they were, both staff and students returned happy, confident and more skilled in numerous water activities. I would like to thank the students for the wonderful way they conducted themselves maintaining the great reputation of our College. To all of the staff that attended a huge thank you, this event will truly be one of the most memorable for our students. 

Student reflections:

Last week the Year 9s went to Anglesea for a surf camp. The weather was pretty good. The actives were really cool, we did surfing, kayaking/surfing kayaking, paddle boarding, a surf carnival and a journey challenge. We also went on night walks to really pretty nice places. We also had a dance as well, which we were pretty tired by the end of the night. All in all, the camp was pretty good. Lots of laughs. And we had some really good teachers that went on it too. Maddy Johns

All of the activities we did where great and every one of them was a new experience. The instructors for the activities had a lot of energy and made all the activities a fun team experience. Even though it rained in on the second day I still enjoyed camp because there was so much things you could do to test yourself and come out of your comfort zone. Cian O’Riordan

Last week we went to Anglesea for a surfing camp. The activities consisted of Surfing, Canoeing, River Kayaking, Ocean Kayaking, Paddle boarding, Surf carnival and Journey challenge. The weather was pretty good for most of the 4 days. We went on night walks around the river and the beach, participated in a social dance and a talent quest. I think the best part of camp was surfing. I enjoyed the 4 days at Anglesea. Kay Bannan

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The Year 9 Learning Centre is open for Learning!

There was great excitement on Tuesday has the Year 9 Learning Centre was finally opened. The ceremonial cutting of the ribbon signalled the end to a long journey to create the vision and the actual space that would house this most innovative learning environment and program for St. Peter's College. Whilst there are still a few cosmetic touch ups to do, the centre was alive and active with students and the Year 9 teaching team exploring the space, and fully action the pedagogy of active learning. I have challenged this group of students to strive for academic excellence and to become outstanding servant leaders. For they are the inaugural group to use this centre and to experience the program. To the team and the Year 9 students – good luck, enjoy and excel.  

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The building is handed over to the students to make the commitment of excellence by cutting the ribbon to enter the Year 9 Learning Centre.

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The learning spaces are varied, different and very functional, allowing for students to create, wonder and challenge themselves and their ideas. Students are sharing their thoughts about the new building with Deputy Principal Learning & Teaching Ms Jorgensen 

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East Campus LEC Year 7 2018 Induction Morning-Students 

A very warm welcome was extended to our new Year 7 students and their parents as they took part in an induction morning to support their entry into the College. The morning was run by the Learning Enhancement Centre, lead by Ms Margaret Anthony. The morning enabled both students and parents the opportunity to meet the LEC team, Mrs Barb Ellwood, Mrs Gab Windley and Mr Innocent Munyantwali. Various fun activities were enjoyed by the students including a school tour. The highlight of the morning was certainly the charming, informative and humorous speech and visual presentation from our Year 12 student Daniel Trew. Daniel was able to offer our new students great insight into the role of the LEC and how each student can feel confident in the support they will receive throughout their time at St. Peter's College.

My thanks go to all of the LEC especially Ms Stacey Webb who was an integral part of the preparations that made the day so successful. A huge thank you to Daniel for giving of his time for this wonderful morning. 

Helping our young people to find their spark.

This week has brought us to new beginnings with Headstart 2018, the arrival of new students and the celebration of the opening of the new Year 9 Learning Centre and its Program.

It is a great time of year to reflect on how we as teachers and parents and our students/children have grown, changed and dealt with the challenges and successes that we have faced throughout the year. Such personal reflection allows us to become more like St Peter, by realising that we will not always get things right but instead be considered in our thoughts and following our school theme for this year; after much debate, we stand up and continue our journey as committed members of our community as servant leaders.  Maintaining a passion and energy for continuing this journey can be difficult for all us especially young people if they have not found something that truly inspires, excites or challenges them. But just how do we help them find this passion, this challenge, and what are the real benefits of experiences?

Please click here to read an extract from the Family Peace Foundation which presents a very simple concept of investing time and energy to support our young people to find their spark, their passion, their challenge which will support motivation and encourages them to strive to be the best they can. We moved our year 9 students into a state of the Art innovative learning centre to do exactly that – help them to find their spark that will ignite their passion to want to learn and strive for excellence. Headstart, New Year 9 program, new school for some students and the sunshine are a great sparks for us to use to support our young people find and develop their spark for learning, life and community. 

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I wish everyone a productive and happy week.

Julie Banda
Acting Deputy Principal - Head of East Campus

West Campus News

Positive Education

Over the past 2 years, St. Peter’s College has used the MindMatters Framework to help educate our staff in the knowledge of mental health and wellbeing and explore the needs in our College and possible future directions. Many parents may recall doing a survey in 2016 that helped us gather the data to inform our considered response. One of the directions that has become evident to us is the implementation of a whole school approach to positive education.  

Positive education brings the science of Positive Psychology with the best practice in teaching to encourage individuals and school communities to flourish or thrive. To thrive is to not only feel good about yourself but to do good for others. These are core gospel values for us in our Catholic school. 

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Positive Psychology aims to help with improving our wellbeing. Through rigorous scientific investigation, positive psychology is helping us determine the conditions that contribute to helping people thrive and flourish (Seligman, 2002). To help people to thrive, the founder of positive psychology, Martin Seligman identified five domains in what has become known as the PERMA model:

  • positive emotions, 
  • engagement, 
  • relationships, 
  • meaning, and 
  • accomplishment 

This is an approach that you will hear more about as we implement this model, with St Peter’s characteristics, in our pastoral program and through Tutor Groups.

With the launch of Head Start this week, we gathered our Year 11 and 12 (and accelerated Year 10) students in the hall to talk about the requirements of VCAL and VCE.  Of particular interest was the presentation that our new Senior Years Curriculum Leader, Ms Louise Mansfield, made concerning the recent discoveries of brain science. The rewiring of the teenage brain makes it all the more important to help establish the specific skills that Positive Education focuses upon. These skills include strengthening relationships, building positive emotions, enhancing personal resilience, promoting mindfulness and encouraging a healthy lifestyle.

Ms Mansfield pointed our students to their new Student Record Book (SRB) as a new means to support them in their endeavours this year.  The SRBs have had a lot of the traditional information moved to Schoolbox. Electronic access to this material makes a lot more sense than multiple paper copies of policies, and information. However, the more frequently accessed information is still in hardcopy and the Student Representative Council made it clear to us that students still wanted the student planner section to write in homework, assignments, due dates and undoubtedly friends’ birthdays!

However, what is new to the SRB is the Wellbeing Tracker and Daily Reflections. The St. Peter’s College Record Book remains a vital means of communication between the school and the student’s home. However, in addition to the traditional role of recording homework, assignments, school-related dates and notes from staff or parents it does the following:

  • wellbeing tracker to help students monitor their exercise, sleep, diet and mindfulness
  • daily reflections designed to helps students explore gratitude and empathy

I remind parents to look at the new SRB and join us in encouraging your child to do at least 20 minutes of exercise each day, to get the recommended 9 ¼ hours each night, to eat healthily and practice mindfulness. They will also be challenged to practice gratitude and empathy.  We will explore these ideas with your child throughout the coming year.  We invite you to check on their progress in the SRB and I will explore more about these concepts via this newsletter.

McGuigan Shield House Competition

The second competition for the McGuigan Shield begins on Wednesday with the Avila House Mixed Basketball Competition played at lunchtime.  Avila has moved away from their trivia competition and the House Forum has elected to get sporty. This appears to have been well received by the many keen basketballers in the school and we look forward to this inaugural competition.

The following table gives the timeline for the matches between the various houses.

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Care Monkey

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St. Peter’s College families will have received an email recently asking them to create a profile on Care Monkey. This will be a priority for parents as from 2018 we will be using this company to communicate with parents about camps, retreats, excursions and various other events or activities at the school. It is therefore important that parents update any student medical details for each of their children at St Peter’s in the Care Monkey profile.  It will also be important for all parents to have up to date email details.

Because only one email address can be used for a Care Monkey profile it is important that the primary caregiver should be responsible for the profile.  If the email has been sent to a parent or guardian who families would prefer not to set up the Care Monkey profile, then it is important that you contact the school to inform us of the preferred email address. Please submit paperwork for this change as this may impact on the address that other correspondence from the school will go such as finance.

Parents of current Year 11 students will need to use the Care Monkey e-Form to order the 2018 Year 12 top. This will be the only way in which these tops can be ordered and payment will be online.  We encourage parents to set up their Care Monkey profile as orders for these tops will only be possible up until Thursday, 16 November. These tops can only be worn by Year 12 students at school during Term 4 or when Sports Uniform is permitted to be worn (eg. Certain excursions) or at the following times in 2018:

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West St Peter

David Hansen
Deputy Principal - Head of West Campus 

Learning & Teaching

Subject Changes 

Already this week I have received a number of emails from students asking for a subject change.

As was explained during our subject selection process - Subjects, Staffing and Recruitment and the Timetable are all based on student subject selection.

Careful selection is therefore vital!

At this late stage, no changes are possible for Years 7- 10 students.

Year 11 and 12 students who have an extra ordinary reason for change should see their House Leader to explain the change of subject requirements. Again, not all changes are guaranteed and will be actioned no later than Week 2 of Headstart.

Thank you for your understanding of this complex process.


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Every Day Counts


Marlene Jorgensen
Deputy Principal - Learning & Teaching

Religious Education News

College Captains meet Bishop Pat

Our College Captains met Bishop Pat this week at Warragul. Student leaders from the Colleges in the Archdiocese for Sale attended the day.
The day started with an icebreaker activity that allowed students to get to know each other. This was followed by a  short workshop.

Students from each College then made a presentation on the key issues that face students at their College. The presentations varied from College to College. Our students presented a Powerpoint and video of students from Years 7-12 that demonstrated the key issues /pressures facing students today.
In viewing the presentations it was interesting to note the variety of pressures facing our students across the Archdiocese. Colleges from the far east of the state expressed the pressures of leaving home to study being away from family, knowing parents would still have to financially support them and the fact that part-time jobs were hard to get in regional Victoria.This was a bit of a wake-up call for our students who had never thought about these pressures before. Bishop Pat listened attentively to the presentations and at the end spoke to the group with sincere empathy for the presentations. He also said he was looking forward to 2018, the Year of Youth that would be celebrated across Australia and he hoped that those traveling to Sydney  for the ACYF would make the most of the opportunity

Students had the time to meet other leaders over lunch and become Facebook friends so thus developing a network of friends amongst leaders at other Colleges to share ideas as the year progressed.

After lunch students met with Bishop Pat. He was keen as usual to field questions from the students.Teachers did not attend this session but feedback from our students was that he was friendly and down to earth.

From a teacher's perspective, it was a great day to share with our College leaders.They are young, full of energy, they want to make our College a better place for all and know the meaning of service leadership as exemplified by St. Peter.

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Roger Hampson
East Campus Religious Education Co-ordinator

St Agatha's Parish News

Dear Parishioners, I want to sincerely thank all those who made so much sacrifice for the success of the double celebrations of the 10th anniversary of the Sisters of Nativity in the parish, and the 50th birthday of Sisters Mary and Lucy, May God bless you. Over the past few days I was away on retreat during which I offered prayers for all of you. Thank you for your prayers and kind wishes during the anniversary of priestly ordination. On Wednesday, Pope Francis called out the common habit of chatting with people around you before Mass, stressing that this is a time for silent prayer, when we prepare our hearts for an encounter with the Lord. Beginning Saturday 2nd December Mass on a Saturday evening will change from 6.30pm to 6.00pm. This new Mass time will be trialled for 6 months and may be reviewed. God bless you, Fr Joseph

CAROLS RAFFLE TICKETS will be on sale for $2.00 per ticket, selling after Masses this weekend. 3 great prizes!

CAROLS VOLUNTEERS: We need people to help in the following responsibilities at our Parish Christmas carols: traffic and crowd control, first aid, nurses, ushers, BBQ, tea & coffee and clean up. There are clipboards in the foyer for volunteers to kindly sign up their names.

CAROLS AT TWILIGHT: St Agatha’s parish music groups presents carols at twilight on Saturday 9th December at 7.00pm. Venue is the St Agatha’s school hall. An evening of fun & praise. BBQ & drinks, raffle and Santa. Wear something Christmas and bring some money to buy snacks & battery candles.

FOR ALL LECTORS & EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS: Fr Joseph will be holding a meeting for ALL Lectors & Extraordinary ministers, after 7.30pm Mass on Thursday 30th November.

KEYBOARD OR ORGANIST needed for 9.00am Mass to play 1st & 2nd Sundays of the month and 5th Sunday when occurring. Contact Sr Lucy

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES: End of year Mass Wednesday 29th November 4.00pm in the Church. End of year party Wednesday 6th December at 4.00pm in the parish hall. THURSDAY EVENING MASS focuses on a special intention of the week, praying for different needs within our families, parish and the wider community. Intentions for the month of November: 23rd For the members of SVDP, 30th For those who celebrated their birthday in November.

ST VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY: Our Piety Stall is now filled with beautiful Nativity Sets of all sizes and prices. Columban Calendars, raising funds for the Missions. Religious and spiritual gifts, for Christmas gifts for your family and friends. Please come support St Vinnies fundraising efforts for the poor in your Community. SVDP SOCIETY: Christmas is quickly approaching and we are preparing to provide our Christmas Hampers and toys to the people we who will have no celebration of Christ’s birthday without us. We invite parishioners to donate a toy for the children. For a boy or girl any age up to 14 years, there is no need to wrap it. Please leave the toys in the baskets next to the Sanctuary. Save the dates on your calendars Wed 20 Dec & Thur 21 Dec, to help prepare our hampers and will need lots of helpers to make light work for all. More details will be provided closer to the day. Bless you for your ongoing support of the poor.

SOS CHRÉTIENS d’ORIENT: Rebuilding Iraq & Syria, The Future of the Christian Middle East. Talk St Gerard’s Parish Hall, 71 Gladstone Rd, Dandenong North, Tuesday 5th December at 7.00pm for info: info@soschretiensdorient.fr

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St Thomas the Apostle Parish News

WE WELCOME AS CHILDREN OF GOD: Alexa & Lucas Pricone, children of Daniel & Elaine

BISHOP PATRICK O’REGAN will celebrate the 10.45am Mass for St Thomas the Apostle Church on Sunday 3rd December. At this Mass a seminarian, Stanley Devasia, will become a Candidate for Ordination to the Diaconate. He will be Ordained as a Deacon next year. Also at this Mass young pilgrims attending the Catholic Youth Festival will be blessed and set off on their pilgrimage by Bishop O’Regan

CARITAS AUSTRALIA: This Christmas, send an e-card or paper card to your loved ones and help someone in need. From only $10 you can change lives. Visit here

Upcoming Meetings & Gatherings:

  • Tuesday 21st November: Day of formation for Sale Diocese clergy at Warragul
  • Thursday 23rd November Parish Finance Council: 7.30pm at 50 Heather Grove
  • Tuesday 28th November Music & Choir leaders: 7.30pm at 50 Heather Grove
  • Wednesday 29th November St. Peter’s College Presentation Night
  • Thursday 30th November Combined meeting for Church Building Committee, Pastoral Council & Finance Council: 7.30pm at St Peter’s College
  • Sunday 3rd Dec at 2.00pm: Baptism Preparation Meeting for parents and godparents at St Peter’s College, Heather Grove, Clyde North.
  • Thursday 7th December 6.00pm Grade 6 Graduation at St Thomas the Apostle School
  • Friday 8th December Altar Servers Pizza Night: 6.00pm at St Peter’s College

PREPARATION FOR SACRAMENTS 2018: We ask all families whose children are not in St Thomas the Apostle Primary School, and who wish to prepare for these sacraments at St Thomas the Apostle Parish to please register at the parish office before 25th Nov.

CATECHISTS REQUIRED: If you are able to assist children who are preparing for their Sacraments as a catechist, please contact the parish office.

NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY a fundraising event organised by Our Lady Help of Christians on 31st Dec 7.30pm – 1.00am at St Francis Xavier College Hall, Beaconsfield. Music, Tea & Coffee provided BYO Drinks & Nibbles. Tickets: Adults $25 Children $15. Enquiries: Alan 0430 332 757, Andrea 0430 759 539.

ASSUMPTION COLLEGE will celebrate their 125th anniversary in 2018. They are seeking to reconnect with as many former students as possible as there are many events being planned. Contact: Maria Cleve on 5783 5343 or email maria.cleve@assumption.vic.edu.au

RELIGIOUS SHOP: Every 2nd weekend of the month.

THE FUTURE OF CHRISTIAN IN MIDDLE EAST: A talk by speaker Benjamin Blanchard from SOS Chretiens d’Orient will be held at St Gerard’s Parish Hall, Dandenong on Tuesday 5th Dec at 7.00pm. Their mission is to provide humanitarian aid to persecuted Christians and other minorities living in the Middle East. For more information, email: info@soschretiensdorient.fr

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General News

Student Achievement

Damon competed in the Victorian Speed Skating Championships in October this year. At this event he placed 3rd across all races which has now seen him qualify for the National Championships in Perth in January 2018. He has been chosen and will represent Victoria as part of the state team for this event. This will be a week long event and if they skate well and place in the top three across all races they have the chance to qualify and skate on a global stage in Korea or New Zealand in 2018. This is a great achievement.

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Well Done Damon!

Chloe Maltar
Sports Coordinator - East Campus


In preparation for the Head Start program, could parents please contact the relevant House Leader if your child is not returning to the College in 2018. The process of an exit interview and relevant documentation needs to be completed to officially withdraw students from the College. Fees will be charged until a completed exit form has been received. 
Kerrie Birrell
College Registrar

Bus 2018 - East Campus

Parents & Students would have received an email earlier this week with information about the Bus for 2018. We ask Parents to return their Expression of Interest (hard copy) to the office by 27th November 2017, or email to officee@stpeters.vic.edu.au. Click here to view a copy of this letter. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the College and request to speak with the East Campus. 


The VET Building Students have completed their yearly project of a Shed these are for sale at $450.
This is a substantial saving on the cost of the materials for the shed which is $1800. The Shed is 1900mm X 2500mm.

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Outdoor Table 4 sale
Made of Cypress Pine they will last forever.
2600 X 1600 $350  less than the timber costs.

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Contact: Mr Collings VET Building Department St. Peter's College

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Public Notices

Cranbourne Community Christmas Carols

This event, supported by the City of Casey, has been running for 6 years and it may be that some of your families have already come along and enjoyed this free family night out.

The event will again be free, with kids craft tent, free sausage sizzle and free show bags for 250 children.

The carol singing will feature the amazing talent of Shu Cheen Yu and the voices of Cranbourne Chorale.

Cranbourne Community Carols will be on Sunday 10th December, 6.30-9.00pm at the corner of Russell and Childers streets Cranbourne.  Bring your own candle, chair, picnic rug.

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Gail Roberts

Cranbourne Lions Concert Band Inc.

The Cranbourne Lions Concert Band is a not for profit community band which celebrated its 30th Anniversary in 2016. 
We are currently trying a new tack, in an attempt to attract new members, and as part of our plan, we are asking schools in Cranbourne and surrounding areas if they would assist us, by including the attached brochure in their newsletter to all school parents.
Should you have any queries regarding the band or any other matter, please feel free to contact the writer at the email address above, or by phone on 0414 706 587.
Thanking you for your assistance in this endeavour.

Jack Simpson

Hon. Secretary - Cranbourne Lions Concert Band

Caritas Global Gifts - We are One Human Family 

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Send a message to those you love, and give to those in need. When you choose a Global Gift this year, you are bringing a moment of joy and helping create a lifetime of change for some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
This year help bring the gift of Hope, Peace, Joy and Love to our one human family around the world. Each global gift will go towards supporting our most important work; from responding to emergency situations with food and water to supporting education programs and training farmers with new sustainable livelihood techniques.

Share a message of compassion this Christmas - simply select one of our beautiful global gift cards. When you send a Global Gift card to your friends or family, you also share a gift with the world and help support our one human family. Order Global Gift cards online here or call on 1800 024 413.

Clyde Carols by Candlelight

Gethsemane Church Presents the Clyde Carols by Candlelight, Sponsored by Barry Bourke Motors. The Event takes place on Saturday, December 2nd 2017, at the Hillcrest Christian College Oval from 5.30 pm – 9.00 pm. This Fun Filled Family Night will officially Launch the Casey Christmas Carols.
Free Entry, Free Entertainment, Free Kid’s Amusements, Free Chair-O-Plane, Free Giveaways and even some Free Food. Plus a $500 voucher compliments of Barry Bourke Motors to put towards a new or used car, to everyone who turns up on the night and grabs a Program.

Performers include Derrick Junkeer, Mel Manuel, Lisa Ann, Noami Horsley, Dancin’Lines, Ebony Portelli, Triple Treat Talent Academy, Gethsemane Church Band and Kerrigan La-Brooy. The Festive Cheer & Carnival Atmosphere will include Sausage Sizzle, Coffee Van, Ice-Cream, Popcorn, Slushies, Cakes, Vendors and Much More.

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Please ring 0404-875-647 or email kerriganlabrooy@bigpond.com for more details.

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22 NOV
CE Study Skills - West
PAT Year 7-9 R&M
VCE Study Skills - East
TBC Solomon Islands Trip

23 NOV
HPV RACV Breakthrough
2018 College Leaders meet with Bishop
SIS Junior Sport

24 NOV
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27 NOV
Peer Support Training Day
Shared Stories Publication and Launch

28 NOV
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29 NOV
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01 DEC
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