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T (07) 3394 9999 Absentee Line (07) 3394 9964 E email@loreto.qld.edu.au W www.loreto.qld.edu.au PO Box 1726 Coorparoo DC Qld 4151 ABN 73 602 851 304

Volume 20 - 17 July, 2013 Dear Parents and Students We warmly welcome to Loreto this term Ms Andrea Engler as the newly appointed Library and Information Services Coordinator. We also welcome Ms Stephanie Coleman, Year 8 - 12 Drama teacher, replacing Mrs Radvan who is on leave this semester. We extend to the following replacement staff who are once again returning to Loreto a warm welcome also: Mrs Libby Davies (Home Economics); Ms Jan Findlay (Maths) and Mrs Anne Heathcote (English). And finally, we welcome back from leave Mrs Barb Davies, Mr Bryan Deveson, Mrs Terryll Dowden and Ms Claire Matheson. As we look to the semester ahead I offer this thought. Right now is a perfect time This moment is the very beginning of all that is coming next. Right now there are possibilities all around you, bright and shining as stars, just waiting to be noticed. What would happen if you took a chance and pulled one of those possibilities a little closer? Dream a dream that’s bigger than you are. Hope for the things your heart wants most. Believe in the incredible. Go ahead. Design your own future. Write your own story. Think great things. And watch what happens next. INTERNATIONAL LORETO EDUCATION CONFERENCE Over the holiday period, members of the College Leadership team were grateful participants at an International Loreto Education Conference held at Loreto Kirribilli. Despite the appalling weather (very cold and extremely wet!) we felt privileged to be in the company of such inspiring and committed educators from across the globe. There were 137 delegates in attendance representing Loreto and Mary Ward schools and ventures from 12 countries: India, Nepal, England, Ireland, Peru, Vietnam, Timor Leste, Kenya, Mauritius, Italy, South Africa and Australia. The theme of the conference was “WWW: Ward Works Worldwide”. Clearly the opportunity to celebrate and recognise the strength of our enduring global connections and to discuss ways in which this can be further promoted and utilized was invaluable. We explored four significant strands during our four days together: 

Excellence in Teaching;

Excellence in Leadership;

Excellence in Pastoral Care; and

Justice for Women.

IBVM presenters included Sr Marian Moriarty – Institute Leader, Rome; Sr Margaret Mary Flynn – Province Leader, Australia and SE Asia; Sr Sandra Perrett – Vicar General on the Institute Council and Sr Christine Burke – former Province Leader, Australia. Keynote presenters included Dr Attracta Lagan, Dr David Eddy, Dr Elisabeth Murphy, Dr Suzy Green and Rev Tim Costello.

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This marvellous experience provided ongoing formation and inspiration for the leadership team in strengthening our shared commitments and in building further connections with Mary Ward educators around the world as we seek to lead in ways of truth and justice. YEAR 12 FORMAL Each year it is both a pleasure and a privilege to attend the Year 12 Formal. We delight in the joy of the girls and their guests and give thanks for the sense of pride we feel in seeing them so abundantly happy, healthy and flourishing. I thank the girls and their partners for their gracious and dignified behaviour. I also offer sincere thanks to Ms Annie Diamond for her superb co-ordination and care of the girls. I congratulate and thank the Formal Committee also. The outcome of your combined efforts brought joy and delight. No doubt there will be pages of photos to follow. CONGRATULATIONS 

To Eden O’Sullivan (Class of 2012) recipient of the Australian Student Prize – a Federal Government initiative that gives national recognition to academic excellence and achievement in secondary education and comprises a certificate and payment of $2000.

To Murphy Allendorf (Class of 2011) upon her selection to the Australian U21 team who will travel to Germany to compete in the Junior World Hockey Cup later this month. We wish her every success.

Yours sincerely Cheryl Hamilton Principal

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Wednesday 17 July 

Round 6 - BSGSA Netball & Soccer

Debating - Preliminary Finals

Thursday 18 July 

Interhouse Athletics Carnival

Friday 19 July 

Music Tour to Rockhampton

Year 11 English Excursion

Saturday 20 July 

Music Tour to Rockhampton

Sunday 21 July 

Music Tour to Rockhampton

Monday 22 July 

Music Tour to Rockhampton

Year 11 Physics Excursion

Year 9 BP Excursion

Year 10 Deportment Classes begin

Tuesday 23 July 

Japanese students from Kanagawa arrive

Council Meeting

Wednesday 24 July 

Japanese Day

Year 9 & 10 Drama Theatre Visit - ‘1001 Nights’

Year 8 Brainstorm Theatre - ‘The Hurting Game’

BSGSA Netball and Soccer - Round 7

Debating Finals - Round 1

Thursday 25 July 

Semester 2 Mass 11.00 am

Senior Past Pupils’ Lunch

Friday 26 July 

Year 11 Parent Get Together 7.00 pm - Mary Ward Centre

Saturday 27 July 

50 Year Reunion

Monday 29 July 

Japanese students from Kanagawa depart

Year 10 Deportment Class

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Open Day

OPEN DAY Sunday 11 August, 10am

celebrating 85 years Now accepting enrolment applications for Year 7 2017

A: 415 Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo P: 3394 9999 E: enrol@loreto.qld.edu.au W: www.loreto.qld.edu.au

Careers News Environment Careers and Opportunities Expo Wild Mob is partnering with the Land Trust, Nudgee Beach Environmental Education Centre and the Smith Family to host an Environment Careers and Opportunities (ECO) Expo, highlighting the opportunities available to students, their teachers and parents. The Expo will be held on Tuesday 23 July from 3pm – 6pm at The Edge, Southbank. For more information and to register, please email Renee at WildMob at renee@wildmob.org and visit http://www.wildmob.org/

University of Melbourne Any students interested in studying at the University of Melbourne in 2014, course guides are now available from Ms Rynne.

Queensland Institute of Business and Technology (QIBT) QIBT offers students an opportunity to complete a Diploma which is the equivalent to the first year Griffith University degree program. Diplomas can be completed in 8 or 12 months, are delivered on a Griffith University campus and are available in the following disciplines: Biosciences, Commerce, Engineering, Graphic Design, Health Care, Health Sciences, Hotel Management, Information technology, Media and Technology. Successful completion of a QIBT Diploma guarantees students entry into the second year of the relevant Griffith University Degree. For more information, see Ms Rynne.

Real Estate Institute of Queensland Interested in a career in Real Estate? REIQ will be holding information sessions on Tuesday 30 July (5.30pm – 7pm) at their Brisbane office, 21 Turbo Drive, Coorparoo regarding study opportunities for students. To register for the evening, please call Renna Leventis on 32497347.

Early Achievers’ Program - Australian Catholic University Students interested in attending ACU in 2014 are encouraged to submit an Early Achieves’ Program (EAP) application. Through demonstrating a commitment to their communities as well as studies, students can gain early acceptance into ACU. Applications open 13 August and close 21 August. See Ms Rynne for more information or call the ACU student centre on 1300 ASK ACU (1300275228). Chris Rynne - Careers Coordinator

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Live and Wired 20 October 4pm—7pm—Expressions of Interest As part of the 85th celebrations for Loreto, the Music Support group, in conjunction with the P & F, would like to invite the Loreto and wider community to help us celebrate at the Live and Wired concert on 20 October. For those of you who are new to the school , the Live and Wired concert is held on the school oval and is a celebration of the achievements of different ensemble groups. This year we would like to encourage the general school community, as well as the local community, to come and help us celebrate 85 years of Loreto, as well as our talented students. We are hoping to hold a "Fashion through the Years" parade, as well as a visual history of Loreto over the last 85 years. We are looking for anyone who may have school uniforms from Loreto and Villanova College, as well as any memorabilia that we could loan for the day. All photos, etc will be logged and named and great care taken of them. If anyone also has or may have kept outfits from all the eras since 1928, that would be great. Other items on the wish list include:  a mobile cold room for storage of food and drinks on the day  outdoor extension leads  donations for the mega raffle held annually for the Music Support Group  sponsors for a jumping castle  contacts for supply of meat etc Please note that all monies that may be raised on the day will go to the Music Support group to continue the fantastic support they give to the Music program at Loreto, as well as enabling girls who may not be able to have music lessons do so through the grant of music scholarships. Any queries please contact Barrie Spring on 0418746116 or at blspring@pacific.net.au or Kerrie Bull on 0401840089 or at kerrie.bull@bigpond.com . Thank you in advance for you offer of support. Kerrie Bull - Coordinator

Music News World’s Biggest Orchestra – Last Saturday, ten girls from Loreto played with James Morrison in the World’s Largest Orchestra (ever!). The Orchestra was so large that it needed to use Suncorp Stadium as its venue and, along with 7,223 other keen musicians, these girls now hold a Guinness Book World Record! Congratulations to Lucy Nielson, Georgia Christie, Lauren Gleed, Emi Hall, Audrey McCosker, Ainsley Carter, Caitlin Hunter, Charlotte Coorey, Violet Chan, Eloise Sim.

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Loreto Music Festival – The Finals Concert of the LMF was once again a fantastic night of music. Congratulations to all students who have participated in the various stages of this competition so far. Special congratulations to the section winners at the Finals Concert: Ella Smyth (Year 8 Vocal Solo), Sophie Ware (Year 9 Vocal Solo), Lily Devine (Year 10 Vocal Solo), Isabella Kirkman (Senior Vocal Solo), Lydia Weir (Beginner Instrumental Solo), Taylor Whitewood (Junior Instrumental Solo), Lauren Effeney (Intermediate Instrumental Solo, Meg Ingram (Advanced Instrumental Solo), Victoria Smith & Chloe Loveday (Junior Duet), Lauren & Grea Effeney (Intermediate Duet), Vania So & Abbey Martin (Senior Duet), Lily Devine & Georgia Johnson & Emma Quinn & Rachelle Pinto (Acoustic Ensemble). Congratulations - To Lucy Nielson, who has just won the drumkit section of the Rockschool Instrumental Competition. The following girls also achieved excellent Music Theory Exam results: Megan Lynn (Honours, Grade 4), Lauren O'Neill (High Distinction, Grade 1), Hannah Robb (Honours, Grade 1), Emilia Cipressi (High Distinction, Grade 2) and Lillian Yee (High Distinction, Grade 2). Lastly, well done to all the Orchestra girls who performed in an exceptional concert with Villanova and St Kevin’s College from Melbourne last Thursday. Catholic Colleges Music Festival – IMPORTANT DATE CLAIMER! - All parents of students in Loreto Ensembles please take careful note of the QCMF performance schedule published in this newsletter. Virtually all Loreto ensembles will be performing at this festival at some stage between Thursday 15 August and Sunday 18 August and attendance is expected. Rehearsal Information – After having five weeks off rehearsals with exams and holidays, we now are very close to our major performances at QCMF. It is not possible to add EXTRA rehearsals into our students’ very busy schedules but we have for a number of years run some slightly lengthened regular rehearsals to help with preparation for this important Festival. We would ask parents to strongly support these extra times as it is the only time in the year we make this request. Over the next few weeks, please be aware of the following extended rehearsal times: String Ensemble – Will begin slightly early at 7.00 am on Wednesday 31 July. In the week of QCMF, due to the Wednesday Ekka Public Holiday, String Ensemble will instead rehearse on the morning of Friday 16 August. Students with other music/sport commitments at this time would be excused but we are hoping all other students will be able to attend. Orchestra – Rehearsal on Monday 29 July will be extended to a 5.30 pm finish. Please also be aware that, due to Loreto’s extended holiday break and Villanova’s Parent/Teacher Interview Day, there will be no Orchestra rehearsal on either Monday 15 July or Monday 22 July! Our final rehearsal for the year will be directly after QCMF on Monday 19 August. At this rehearsal you need to bring music and party food – but no instruments! Guitar Ensemble One – All members of this group are reminded that your rehearsal on Thursday will proceed as normal, despite the rest of the day being Athletics Carnival. Please be punctual at 700am. Attendance is expected! Concert Band One – All members of this group are reminded that your rehearsal on Thursday will proceed as normal, despite the rest of the day being Athletics Carnival. Attendance is expected! Clarinet Ensemble – All members of this group are reminded that your rehearsal on Thursday will proceed as normal, despite the rest of the day being Athletics Carnival. Attendance is expected! Junior Choir – All members of this group are reminded that your rehearsal on Thursday will proceed as normal, despite the rest of the day being Athletics Carnival. Attendance is expected!

Upcoming Performances/Events String Quartet – Will be performing for Catholic Education Week at the Annex of Parliament House next Tuesday 23 July from 5:15 pm to 6.00 pm. Exit Stage Left & Sorelle – Once again, Exit Stage Left and Sorelle have been invited to perform at the Mt Carmel Fete. Apart from being a fun day, this is an excellent preparation for our upcoming QCMF performances. ESL will play from 11:20 to 11:30 and Sorelle from 11:35 to 11:50. Please contact Mr Langford or Mrs Nielson urgently if this date/time causes any problems! Jazz Ensemble – Good luck to the students of the Jazz Ensemble, who travel to Rockhampton this weekend to perform at the Central Queensland University School’s Jazz Band Festival with James Morrison and Jeff Jarvis. Primary Music Camp – The Loreto Music Camp for local primary students will be held on Sunday 25 August. The finale concert for this event will once again feature a performance by our own Concert Band One and a number of advanced students from both Concert Band One and String Ensemble will be asked to attend at various times of the day to act as section leaders and instrument tutors for the younger students. Members of those two ensembles, please put this date into your diaries! Senior Excursion date claimer! - All students who are studying music in Years 11 and 12 please note in your diaries ‘Blood Brothers’ – Thursday 8 August 7:30 pm. Blood Brothers is a musical that has run on London’s West End for the past 24 years (over 10,000 performances!). Based loosely on a book by Alexandre Dumas (Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers) it tells the story of twin brothers separated at birth. This is only the second time the show has come to Australia and the Senior Music classes will be attending as part of our study of Music of the Stage & Screen.

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2014 Musical - It gives me great pleasure to announce the 2014 Villanova and Loreto Colleges Combined Musical is "Crazy for You". Winner of the 1992 Tony Award for Best Musical, "Crazy For You" is a high energy musical comedy set between the hustle and bustle of New York in the Roaring Twenties, and the lifeless western town of Deadrock, Nevada which features engaging characters, plot twists, fabulous dance numbers and classic Gershwin music. "Crazy for You" will be be performed in the Hanrahan Theatre, Villanova College over 4 nights from Wednesday 12 March - Saturday 15 March 2014. Auditions for lead, chorus, orchestra and dance group positions will commence later this term. Students in Years 9 - 11 with skills and talents in singing, dancing, acting and performing are encouraged to apply for positions. Further auditions will take place during Term 4, with the full cast announced later this year. Students considering involvement in the 2014 Musical need to be available for weekday afternoon and weekend rehearsals from January 22 – March 15 2014, depending on their role in the production. Some of the rehearsals will involve late nights, and the production week of 12 - 15 March will prove particularly demanding on students. Students involved in the musical need to make sure they are available for all rehearsals and fully committed to the success of the production so we can maximise our rather short preparation period in the first 7 weeks of Term 1, 2014. I would encourage students and parents to discuss the likely impact of these demands prior to auditioning for places. A full production schedule and audition materials will be published in the near future on the College websites. If you would like more information on the musical at this early stage please contact the Musical Producer, Jason Lane on 3394 5690 or jlane@vnc.qld.edu.au Music Support Group AGM - Due to a number of clashes with other events, this Wednesday’s AGM will be postponed until next Wednesday 24 July at 7:30 pm. All parents of music students are encouraged to attend! Ben Langford - Director of Music

QCMF Schedule Ensemble Guitar Ensemble Two Junior Choir Guitar Ensemble One Flute Ensemble Two Flute Ensemble One Clarinet Ensemble Percussion Ensemble Two Senior Choir Percussion Ensemble One Concert Band Two Jazz Ensemble Exit Stage Left String Ensemble Sorelle Chorale Symphony Orchestra Concert Band One

Day/Date Arrival Time Performance Time Thursday 15 Aug 4:22 PM 5:00 PM Thursday 15 Aug 5:27 PM 6:00 PM Thursday 15 Aug 7:01 PM 7:39 PM Friday 16 Aug 12:29 PM 1:07 AM Saturday 17 Aug 9:35 AM 10:13 AM Saturday 17 Aug 10:14 AM 10:52 AM Saturday 17 Aug 11:19 AM 12:00 PM Saturday 17 Aug 12:21 PM 12:54 PM Saturday 17 Aug 2:05 PM 2:46 PM Saturday 17 Aug 3:13 PM 3:55 PM Saturday 17 Aug 5:55 PM 6:36 PM Sunday 18 Aug 10:05 AM 10:50 AM Sunday 18 Aug 11:25 AM 12:05 PM Sunday 18 Aug 12:35 PM 1:20 PM Sunday 18 Aug 1:43 PM 2:16 PM Sunday 18 Aug 2:33 PM 3:13 PM Sunday 18 Aug 6:12 PM 6:54 PM

Venue Section Augustine Centre GE1B St James Church CH1B(1) Augustine Centre GE1A Veritas IE1C(1) Veritas IE1A Veritas IE1A Augustine Centre PE1B St James Church CH1A(1) Augustine Centre PE1A (1) Goold Hall CB1C(1) Augustine Centre JB1A Villanova Quad CE1B Augustine Centre SO1A Villanova Quad CE1A St James Church VE1A(2) Augustine Centre FO1A Augustine Centre CB1A(2)

Readers Cup Congratulations to (L to R) Shannon Boyce, Imogen Dibley, Ruby Daly and Miranda Pattison who gained third place in the Readers Cup Interschool Competition at the end of Term 2 and are wearing impressive bronze medals. Kathy Hedemann - Teacher-Librarian (Retired)

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Science Department News As part of the senior Physics Program, students in Year 11 will be visiting the Dreamworld theme park at Coomera on Monday 22 July to conduct experiments and apply what they have been studying in Kinematics, Dynamics and Mechanics to the features of the theme park. The data yielded from this outing and the concepts learned will contribute towards an extended response task for assessment. The cost for this excursion is covered within the fee structure of the school and so the only money that the students will need is for lunch, morning tea and afternoon tea, plus any spending money you deem appropriate. Details are as follows: 

After morning homeroom, students are to go immediately to the bus stop at the front of the College for a roll check

9.00 am students board bus and depart for Dreamworld.

2.15 pm students board bus and depart Dreamworld to return to Loreto in time for the normal end of the school day.

The students should: 

Wear neat, comfortable and appropriate clothing - especially sensible enclosed footwear, sunglasses, a hat and sunscreen

Bring a folder, paper, calculator, ruler and writing implements

Bring a convenient backpack or other means for transporting their equipment

Bring a large water bottle

This is an important part of the senior physics course and as with any other school event, exemplary standards of behaviour and co-operation are expected at all times. If you require further information please contact me at the College on 3394 9999 or via louriganm@loreto.qld.edu.au . On Monday 22July (excursion day) I can be contacted on the number 0400 577 669. Matt Lourigan - Science Coordinator

Year 9 - 12 Subject Changes All changes of subjects must be finalised with Mr Elsworthy by 3.30pm, Friday 19 July at the latest. Please collect a Subject Change form from the College office. A letter from parents is essential if any subject changes are to be considered. Return both the form and the letter to Mr Elsworthy. Mr Pat Elsworthy - Deputy Principal - Curriculum

Year 10 Mother/Daughter High Tea Entertainment Books All Year 10 Parents are invited to attend a Mother and Daughter High Tea on Sunday 25 August at Vintaged, Hilton from 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm. The cost is $28 per person. Please be aware that numbers are limited to 110 guests so don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to share an afternoon with your daughter and other Mums in delightful surroundings. Please see flyer attached to this newsletter for more details. Katrina, Kim & Kylie Year 10 Parent Representatives

Entertainment Books Last year’s Entertainment Book has now expired! We have a very limited number of the 2013/2014 Entertainment Books. To secure a copy of this year’s book, order on www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/221g555 The new book is packed with hundreds of up to 50% off and 2-for-1.

Sports Department TRAINING FOR ATHLETICS Training for Athletics has started. Training times are available in the Athletics Booklet. There is a training session each Tuesday afternoon directly after school at the QE11 Stadium. All girls must register for this session at the Sports office to reserve a seat on the bus. The bus will be returning to Loreto College around 5.30pm.. ATHLETICS MEET The first Athletics meet is on Friday 26 July at 4.00pm. Transport is available from the school and arrangements must be made for students to be collected at the UQ Athletics Centre. All squad members must return the permission slip in the booklet regarding the meets conducted at UQ, St Lucia. Meg Stevens - Director of Sport

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Netball Round 6: 17 July There have been a few changes program for this week. Please check the court numbers. OPEN A:-Our Lady’s

AWAY: MDNA Courts

Coach: MEG LOGAN OPEN B:-San Sisto College

Coorparoo HOME: MDNA Courts

Coach: LARISSA HUGHES OPEN C:-Lourdes Hill

Coorparoo HOME: MDNA Courts

Coach: KAREN HOLOHAN OPEN D-San Sisto(1)

Coorparoo AWAY: MDNA Courts

Coach: BRITTANY HOLOHAN

Coorparoo

Intermediate A -Mt St Michael’s

AWAY: Downey Park

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Coach: BRIDGET O’CONNOR Intermediate C-St Rita’s Coach: ASHLEIGH O’CONNOR Intermediate D-BYE Coach: EMMA MACLEOD Intermediate E-Our Lady’s Coach: BRIONY LOGAN Intermediate F(1)-St John Fisher Coach: KATE MULLINS Intermediate F:(2)- BYE Coach: HANNAH FOWLER Junior A: -Lourdes Hill Coach: LYN DIXON Junior B: St Rita’s Coach: CLARE GILL Junior C: -St Rita’s Junior D:-Mt St Micheal Coach: SARAH PETTIFORD

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Athletics Carnival A reminder that students will be attending the Interhouse carnival tomorrow Thursday 19 July at the QE11 Stadium at Nathan. The 1500m runners will be leaving early on Thursday morning at 8.00am. All students are expected to attend to support their house and participate in events. Magazines, ipods and the like are NOT permitted. Students are to wear correct school sports uniform to and from school, including normal sports runners and cap and can change into house colours once they arrive at school. Students will travel to and from the carnival by bus. Students who are unable to participate for medical reasons are to see Ms Carty with a note prior to the carnival date and will be issued with a job on the day. There will be limited canteen facilities but it is strongly advised that each student brings her own lunch. Students should ensure they have a Loreto Sports hat, sunscreen and water bottle. Students are asked to ensure that they also come prepared for potentially overcast and windy weather conditions with warm clothes (Loreto Jumper), spare shoes, socks and shirt, rain jacket and/or umbrella. Helen Carty - Deputy Principal, Pastoral Care

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Tuckshop Roster

Library Roster Library Roster Volunteers

Tuckshop Volunteers Monday 22 July - Friday 26 July

Monday 22 July - Friday 26 July

Monday 22 July: Kerrie Bull, Louise Roberts, Gigi Sagner, Kathy Kwan Tuesday 23 July: Paula Freedman, Judith Beganovic, Dana Rooney, Loretta Scaini-Clarke Wednesday 24 July: Dianne Nibbs, Janelle O’Brien, Veronica Kozionas Thursday 25 July: Brenda Scott, Angela Papanotoniou, Toni Toohey, Geraldine O’Brien Friday 26 July: Jayne Smith, Jennifer Hunter, Linda Schmidt, Naomi/Robert Jansen

Monday 22 July: Sandra Hohl, Christine Schramm, Tina Palazzotto, Julie White, Nora Kojrowicz Tuesday 23 July: Kathy Cavaliere, Sabina Anderson-Lenz, Howard Groffman Wednesday 24 July: Amanda Taylor, Talia Love-Linay, Megg Anderson, Suzanne Spencer, Catherine Sheridan Thursday 25 July: Heather O’Brien, Judith Beganovic, Julissa Weiss Friday 26 July: Maria Nicolaou, Stefania Ciancio

Special of the Day - $3.80 Monday 22 July: Tuesday 23 July: Wednesday 24 July: Thursday 25 July: Friday 26 July:

Chicken/Vegetable Burgers Pumpkin Soup and Garlic Bread Japanese Day Toasted chicken with Kebabs Sausage Sizzle

Notices / Bulletins Jingle Belles in July The Cannon Hill Catholic Parish and The Broadway Babes are proud to present Jingle Belles in July. This family event will be held at St Oliver Plunkett, 21 Beauvardia St, Cannon Hill starting 10.30 for 11.00am on Sunday, 21 July 2013. The concert includes a two-part performance and a lovely three course luncheon. Tickets are only $20 for adults, $15 for Seniors/Concessions, children (u16) are $8 or take the whole family (2 adults & 3 children) for just $50. Tickets can be purchased online at jinglebellesinjuly.eventbrite.com or call Ronda on 3399 3424. All proceeds go towards the conservation of the church buildings in the Cannon Hill Catholic Parish.

Greater Brisbane Junior Tennis GBJT conducts weekly Tennis Fixtures at the Queensland Tennis Centre, Tennyson and The University of Queensland for children up to 18 years of age. Grading Day for new players is to be held on Sunday 21 July at the Queensland Tennis Centre,Tennyson from 3pm to 5pm. Further information is available at www.gbjt.org.au or by phoning Mrs Peta Davis on 33740516.

Triple P and Stop. Think. Do. Programs Accoras is a not-for-profit organisation which works to provide health and wellbeing programs to families within our community. We are running a number of partially-subsidised Triple P: Positive Parenting Program courses and Stop. Think. Do. children's social skills groups in Term 3, at Salisbury, Wavell Heights and Capalaba. We are offering these programs at a low cost in order to help ensure as many people as possible within our community have access. All groups are limited to a maximum number of participants and spaces fill quickly, so registrations are essential. More information, costs, location details and registration forms for all programs can be found on the events page of our website. To register, please download and complete the registration form. To find out more about Triple P: Positive Parenting Program call Accoras on 3274 1886 or go to: http://www.accoras.com.au/page/events/

St Ignatius Parish present Women’s Night of Spirituality Tuesday 27 August 7.30pm - 9.15pm at Stuartholme School Chapel. No booking required. Donation at the door. Supper will be provided. Email: womensnightofspirituality@live.com.au or see: www.stuartholme.com

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Uniform News Order your new Blazer! The new blazer is now available exclusively online. before you buy online.

Order due date All blazer orders must be placed by 31st October 2013. You will receive your blazer in April 2014.

How to order Existing students If you have registered on the website before, just visit www.ranier.com.au and click on “Your Uniform Shop” to login and place an order. New students 1. Visit www.ranier.com.au 2. Click on“Your Uniform Shop” 3. Click on “click here to sign up” 4. Complete the form and submit. You will need your student number and the school password: Lc4151 5. Complete your registration by clicking on the link in the email we will send to you. 6. Login and place an order following the prompts.

Secure Payment Methods available: Paypal and Credit Card.


Year 10 Mother & Daughter High Tea Sunday 25th August

Venue: Time:

Vintaged, Hilton Brisbane 2.00pm-4.30pm

Cost:

$28.00 per person

Includes:

Champagne /glass of juice or iced tea on arrival Ribbon Sandwiches, scones, petit fours, juice, tea and coffee

Rsvp:

Monday 19th August Note: Numbers limited to 110 guests

Payment:

Payment only by Credit card through trybooking .com using the following link http://www.trybooking.com/CYDY By using this link it will go straight to the “buying a ticket page� for this event.

Dietary Requirements:

Please email Katrina on capsal1@bigpond.net.au for any specific dietary requirements.

We look forward to you joining us. If you have any queries, our contact Details are: Kim Devine 0402744303 Katrina Capelli 0403356822 Kylie Crone 0433377563


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