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Volume 20 - 17 July, 2012 Dear Parents and Students  Welcome  back  to  Term  Three.    We  especially  welcome  new  and  returning  members  of  staff:  Ms  Cohen,  Ms  Grills,  Mrs  Thomas and Mrs Li le.  We  also  extend  a  warm  return  to  our  staff  and  student  travellers  from  both  the  Japan  trip  and  the  inaugural  Northern  Territory Trekking Challenge.  We look forward to further news of both trips at upcoming assemblies.  Due to unexpected circumstance, Mrs Kerensa O’Neill will conclude her  me at Loreto this Friday.  We thank her sincerely  for her generous  me, commitment and enthusiasm these past six months and wish her well for the future.  We offer  special prayers of healing for her mother in the months ahead.  May her recovery be strong and full.                We thus extend a welcome return to Mrs Anne Heathcote who will once again join the English and History facul es from  next week.  TREKKING FOR CHANGE – seekers of truth, doers of jus ce  During the first week of the holidays it was my absolute pleasure and privilege to accompany Mrs Diane Hanson, Head of  Geography and Economics, and ten deligh ul students on the inaugural Northern Territory “Real Life Challenge”.  Over four  days we trekked 44kms of the amazing Larapinta Trail (near Alice Springs).  The landscape, the stars, the space, the air, the  vastness,  the  majesty,  the  contrast  and  the  colours  le   us  awe  struck  and  inspired.    We  also  visited  the  Santa  Teresa  Community and an Indigenous Women’s Health Clinic in Alice Springs.  As part of this challenge the students aim to raise  $10,000 (a target they have already nearly reached) towards “closing the gap” for indigenous women with the assistance of  the ACCF (Australian Cervical Cancer Founda on).  We thank both World Expedi ons (especially Anne, Shelly and Joel) and  the  ACCF  (especially  Ms  Julie  Weston)  for  making  this  trip  possible  and  for  suppor ng  us  in  our  aspira ons  to  make  a  difference for good.                       

“Majes c Sunrise on Mt Sonder Saddle” 

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PARENT/TEACHER MEETINGS  We  look  forward  to  the  forthcoming  mee ngs  to  be  held  this  Thursday  from  10.00am  to  8.00pm.    These  mee ngs  provide an essen al opportunity for brief, but important, conversa ons between parents, teachers and students.  Due  to  the  large  number  of  interviews  that  each  teacher  will  have,  I  respec ully  ask  that  interview  mes  and  lengths  please be observed.  If, for any reason, you require a longer interview, this can and should most certainly be arranged  for another date.  As  Principal,  please  don’t  hesitate  to  contact  me  directly  if  you  have  any  concerns  in  rela on  to  your  daughter’s  welfare or learning.  I will be available on Thursday and  mes to see me can be pre‐arranged prior to Thursday with  Mrs Gail Newman on 3394 9905.  SEMESTER TWO COLLEGE MASS  I  extend  to  parents  an  open  invita on  to  join  us  for  the  Semester  Two  College  Mass  to  be  held  in  the  Mary  Ward  Centre at 11.00am on Thursday 26 July.  As  special  guests,  the  students  have  invited  our  most  “Senior  Past  Pupils”  to  join  them.    This  special  group  of  past  pupils  graduated  over  50  years  ago.    We  thus  honour  them  and  look  forward  to  making  them  most  especially  welcome.  YEAR 12 FORMAL  Congratula ons to the Senior Class of 2012 on the outstanding success of their Formal which was held last weekend at  the Hilton Hotel.  Ms Diamond and all members of the formal commi ee are to be thanked for all they did to ensure  the  night  was  so  thoroughly  enjoyable.    Thank  you  also  to  the  staff  who  a ended  to  be  with  the  girls  on  their  important ‘night of nights’.  As ever, I was proud and pleased to see each girl so gorgeous and happy.  CONGRATULATIONS  

To the Year 12’s and the House Leaders, the Sports and PE teachers and the athletes on the great success of last  term’s Inter‐house Athle cs Carnival.  Congratula ons to overall winners Barry House and also to Barry House  for their win with Spirit.  Special commenda ons to the Track and Field Champions: 

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Age

Track

Field

13 Years 

Ciera Stafford 

Sidonie Smith 

14 Years 

Georgia Johnson 

Georgia Johnson 

15 Years 

Kate Mullen 

Georgia Klinakis 

16 Years 

Carla Caputo 

Carla Caputo 

17 Years 

Eloise Carroll 

Eloise Jackson 

                   

To  our  talented  musicians,  25  of  whom  have  been  selected  to  par cipate  in  this  year’s  Griffith  University  Queensland Conservatorium State Honours Ensemble Program. 

                                                                Yours sincerely

Mrs Cheryl Hamilton Principal

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XäxÇàá VtÄxÇwtÜ Wednesday 18 July 

Year 11 English Excursion

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Round 6 - BSGSA Netball, Hockey & Soccer

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Debating - Preliminary Round

Thursday 19 July 

Parent/Student/Teacher Interviews 10.00am - 8.00pm

Friday 20 July 

Year 11 Physics / 12 Maths C / 9BP Excursion to Dreamworld

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Year 10 Geography Careers Day - UQ

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UQ Athletics Meet 4.00pm - 7.00pm

Sunday 22 July 

Staff / Student Tennis Competition

Monday 23 July 

Catholic Education Week - “Celebrating Community: Family, Parish, School”

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Year 8 Brainstorm Theatre Excursion “The Hurting Game”

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Year 10 Deportment Class 3.30pm

Wednesday 25 July 

Year 10 English ‘Hot Pies & Potato Crisps’

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Round 7 - BSGSA Netball, Hockey & Soccer

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Debating Finals Round 1

Thursday 26 July 

Semester 2 Mass - 11.00am

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Semester 2 Mass followed by Senior Past Pupil Luncheon

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Friday 27 July

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UQ Athletics Meet 4pm - 7pm

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Bandslam Final - Lunchtime MWC

Revised Term Dates for 2013

Monday 30 July 

Year 10 Deportment Class 3.30pm

Term 1 

30 Jan – 27 March (previously 28 March) 

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‘Sounds like Rock’ - Yr 8, 9, 10 Music

Term 2 

15 April – 21 June 

Tuesday 1 August

Term 3 

16 July – 20 September 

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French Day

Term 4 

8 October – 29 November               

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Year 9 & 10 Drama Excursion

Please Note:   

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Round 8 - BSGSA Netball, Hockey & Soccer

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Year 11 & 12 French Dinner

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Term 1 will now end on 27 March not 28  March.  Term 4 will commence  on 8               October.  The government has now           confirmed that Queen’s Birthday will be   observed on  Monday 7 October. 

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Ensemble

Day/Date

Arrival Time

Performance Time

Venue

Section

Guitar Ensemble Two

Thursday 16 Aug

4:05 PM

4:43 PM

Augustine Centre

GE1B

Junior Choir

Thursday 16 Aug

6:52 PM

7:25 PM

Goold Hall

CH1B(1)

Guitar Ensemble One

Thursday 16 Aug

7:14 PM

7:52 PM

Augustine Centre

GE1A

Chorale

Saturday 18 Aug

9:36 AM

10:09 AM

St James' Church

VE1A(1)

Flute Ensemble Two

Saturday 18 Aug

9:58 AM

10:36 AM

Veritas Building

IE1B(2)

Percussion Ensemble Two

Saturday 18 Aug

12:33 PM

1:14 PM

Augustine Centre

PE1B(2)

Clarinet Ensemble

Saturday 18 Aug

1:40 PM

3:23 PM

Veritas Building

IE1A

Percussion Ensemble One

Saturday 18 Aug

1:55 PM

2:36 PM

Augustine Centre

PE1A

Combined Guitar Ensemble

Saturday 18 Aug

2:06 PM

2:44 PM

Veritas Building

IE1A

Flute Ensemble One

Saturday 18 Aug

2:45 PM

3:23 PM

Veritas Building

IE1A

Jazz Ensemble

Saturday 18 Aug

6:35 PM

7:15 PM

Augustine Centre

JB1A

Exit Stage Left

Sunday 19 Aug

9:45 AM

10:30 AM

Veritas Building

CE1B

Senior Choir

Sunday 19 Aug

10:51 AM

11:24 AM

St James' Church

CH1A(2)

String Ensemble

Sunday 19 Aug

11:55 AM

12:35 PM

Augustine Centre

SO1A(2)

Concert Band Two

Sunday 19 Aug

12:43 PM

1:25 PM

Goold Hall

CB1C(3)

Sorelle

Sunday 19 Aug

1:15 PM

2:00 PM

Veritas Building

CE1A

Symphony Orchestra

Sunday 19 Aug

2:20 PM

3:00 PM

Augustine Centre

FO1A

Concert Band One

Sunday 19 Aug

5:03 PM

5:45 PM

Augustine Centre

CB1A(2)

`âá|v axãá Upcoming Performances – There are quite a number of performances coming up in the first half of Term 3. Please see above list of our QCMF performance times. Any student who finds a clash with their ensembles times should see Mr Langford urgently. Also please note the following: Sunday 5 August Mt Carmel Fete (Sorelle & Exit Stage Left arrive 9:45 am for 10:30 am performances), Sunday 12 August Open Day 9:45 AM to 12:30 PM (Jazz Ensemble, String Quartet, Chorale), Sunday 26 August Primary Music Camp (Concert Band One, String Ensemble, Year 8 Brass Ensemble), Friday 31 August - Combined Concert Band One workshop and concert with St Laurence’s College (Concert Band One 3:30 pm to 8:30pm). Loreto Music Festival Bandslam Final – Will be held at lunchtime on Friday 27 July (end of week 2) in the Mary Ward Centre. Three bands have been selected to compete in this event – Big Blue House (Year 9), The De-Railed Trains (Year 10) and The Rings (Year 10) – and the Perpetual House Trophy is still up for grabs so come along and cheer for your house to really fire them up and see if you can lift the MWC roof! Loreto Music Festival – Congratulations to all the students who performed at the Finals Concert at the end of Term Two. As always it was a fantastic night of great musical performances. Special congratulations to the following students who were selected by the independent adjudicator as the winners of their sections: Year 8 Vocal Solo: Sophie Ware Year 9 Vocal Solo: Emma Quinn Year 10 Vocal Solo: Chloe Schmidt Senior Vocal Solo: Natalie Baker Beginner Instrumental Solo: Isabella Kubler Junior Instrumental Solo: Georgia Christie Intermediate Instrumental Solo: Madeleine Taylor Advanced Instrumental Solo: Louise Chan Junior Duet: Austen Whitewood & Holly Davey Intermediate Duet: Chloe Schmidt & Kate Milward

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Senior Duet: Hannah Kassulke & Emmeline Allison Acoustic Ensemble: Larissa Claridge, Louise Chan & Hannah Radvan Year 8 Excursion – On Monday 30 July, Year 8-10 Music Classes will be attending a performance called “Sounds Like Rock”. This is a fantastic concert that covers the history of Rock Music with artists Terry Murray and Gillian Eastoe. Music Support Group AGM – All music parents are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting of the Music Support Group on Wednesday 18 July (this week!). The Music Support Group does fantastic work raising money to assist students through Tuition Scholarships, organising social events (such as the upcoming Trivia Night) and helping out at school concerts. It would be fantastic to see new members coming along. Ben Langford - Director of Music

VtÜxxÜ axãá TSXPO Saturday 21 July and Sunday 22 July at the RNA Grounds The 31st annual Tertiary Studies Expo (TSXPO) is the most comprehensive and longest running event of its kind in Australia. Students from Years 10, 11 and 12 are invited to meet one-on-one and discuss their study, career and employment options with representatives from around 110 exhibitors including:

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Universities from around Australia and Overseas

 Representatives from ALL faculties from Griffith, QUT and UQ  Private Education Providers  TAFE Institutes  Defence & Police Forces  Government Agencies  Employment opportunities  Student Services and more! What can you expect?  Scholarship, financial and bursar information available  The chance to win a $2,000 bursary  Information on study and career options  Exhibitor seminar sessions  Post graduate course info Chance to win one of two iPads!

Where can you find more info? Lift-out feature in the Courier-Mail on Wednesday, 18th July or visit www.tsxpo.org TAX FILE NUMBER APPLICATION FORMS All students are able to apply for their tax file number through the ATO schools application process. If you don’t have a tax file number, please collect a form from the careers room and return to Ms Rynne once completed. The ATO will send the tax file number directly to you once processed. Ms Chris Rynne - Business & Careers Coordinator

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Any past students from Our Lady of Mt Carmel who would like to volunteer one hour of their time to help out on the Face Painting Stall at the Mt Carmel Fete on Sunday 5th August should give their name and preferred time to Mrs Nielson. Please see her in the Music Staffroom or email her on nielsona@loreto.qld.edu.au . All offers of help will be greatly appreciated by smiling children!

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To support the Loreto Music Support Group. With every order, you can vote for Loreto to win up to $300 which the MSG will use to assist students with Music Scholarships.

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Do you know in who starred in the 1952 movie musical “Singing in the Rain”? Then you should be attending the Loreto Trivia Night on Saturday 4 August. Even if you don’t know the answer, come along anyway to what is always a great night for both students and parents. Simply book your ticket on www.trybooking.com/bmua. You can then organise a group of 8 -10 friends to sit together OR simply turn up. Arrive at 7pm to organise and decorate your table. Supper is provided, a licensed bar is available and you can bring your own snacks.

fxÇ|ÉÜ c{çá|vá XåvâÜá|ÉÇ àÉ WÜxtÅãÉÜÄw   As part of the Loreto College Senior Physics Program, students in Year 11 will be visiting the Dreamworld theme park at Coomera this Friday 20 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

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9.00 am students board bus and depart for Dreamworld.

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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

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

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Bring a convenient backpack or other means for transporting their equipment

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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 Friday 20th July (excursion day) I can be contacted on the number 0400 577 669. Matt Lourigan - Science Coordinator

lxtÜ L @ DE fâu}xvà V{tÇzxá All changes of subjects must be finalised with Mr Elsworthy by 3.00pm, Friday 20 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

                                                                                                                                

                                                                                                                                                                      

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eÉáàxÜá       

Tuckshop Vounteers Monday 23 July - Friday 27 July

Monday 23 July: Kerrie Bull, Louise Roberts, Gigi Sagner, Megan Stannard Tuesday 24 July: Paula Freedman, Judith Beganovic, Dna Rooney Wednesday 25 July: Maria Mewing, Lyndel Fuller, Janelle O’Brien Thursday 26 July: Donna Byrne, Brenda Scott, Julie Garrett, Angela Papanotoniou Friday 27 July: Jayne Smith, Jenifer Hunter, Linda Schmidt

Special of the Day $3.50 Monday 23 July: Tuesday 24 July: Wednesday 25 July: Thursday 26 July: Friday 27 July:

Chicken/Vegetable Burgers Meatlovers Pizza Minestrone Soup & Garlic Bread Thai Green Chicken Curry & Rice Lasagne

Library Roster Volunteers Monday 23 July - Friday 27 July Monday 23 July: Bronwyn O’Shea, Lisa Roberts, Kerri Fletcher, Tina Palazzotto Tuesday 24 July: Nuch Waddell, Maria Balzano, Ally Loborec, Melissa Lorimer Wednesday 25 July: Janelle O’Brien, Catjhy Crocker, Trish Juillerat, Hein Hoang, Lyndel Fuller Thursday 26 July: Cristina Palacios, Michael Claridge, Dana Rooney Friday 27 July: Caroline Young, Judy Daw, Aurea Taylor, Heather O’Brien

fÑÉÜàá WxÑtÜàÅxÇà axãá BSGSA Sport Soccer - This Weeks’ Draw: Open A, Open B and Junior A teams play away while the Junior B team plays at home. Open A team plays against Stuartholme, Bowman Park, David Ave, off Simpson Rd, Bardon Open B team play All Hallows’ at Carmichael Park, 175 Boundary Street, Tingalpa Junior A team play Lourdes Hill at Easts Football Club, Heath Park, Hilton St, East Brisbane Junior B team play against San Sisto at Annerley Soccer Club, 98 Victoria Terrace, Annerley For the away games, could parents please be ready to pick up students when the bus arrives between 5:45 - 6:00pm (depending on traffic). A bus will take students to Annerley for the home games (finish at 5:00pm) but students need to be picked up at the venue. Students are reminded to bring their uniform, shin pads, mouth guards and water bottles. If students are to be picked up at the away venues a written note must be provided by morning tea on game day. Please note Junior A and Open A will most likely play a catch up game against Mt Alvernia which was washed out in Chris Jones - Soccer Coordinator term 2 on Monday 23rd July. Good luck for Round 6!

Athletics Carnival Well done to all girls for their spirit and involvement in the carnival held on the last day of Term 2. The participation was tremendous and the house spirit and enthusiasm made for a great day. A sincere thank you must go to all staff who worked very hard to ensure the smooth running of the day and to the students who assisted in any way. A number of records were broken on the day. Congratulations to the following competitors: 13 years Long Jump Nikita Daley (old record was 4.50m and new record is 4.68m) 16 Years Relay – Mulwith (old record was 58.57secs and new record is 57.45secs)

The Athletics Squad for 2012 - Has been announced and all members of the squad have been given details of the training schedule. Training is well under way and all girls are expected to make several training sessions a week. It is strongly encouraged for athletes to attend the Tuesday afternoon session at QEII. A bus will transport the girls to and from the stadium. The first QE11 training sessions begin on Tuesday 24 July 2012. The Lead Up Series of Athletic Meets are on the following afternoons: Friday 27 July, Friday 3 August and Monday 13 August 2012. All Athletes need to attend at

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at least two Athletic Meets. A bus will take the girls to UQ Athletics Centre,. Sir William MacGregor Drive, ST LUCIA. Competitors will need to be collected at the venue after the meet. The meet will start at 4.00pm and finish at approximately 6.00pm. For the meets to run successfully Loreto College would appreciate some parent help. If you can assist could you please fill in the permission slip from the booklet and return to the sports office. Thank you. Meg Stevens - Director of Sport

Netball Draw: Round 6 Wednesday 18 July      

OPEN A: Coach: Meg Logan 

BYE

OPEN B: Mary Mackillop Coach: Karen Holahan 

AWAY: Downey Park

40

OPEN C: St John Fisher Coach: Larissa Hughes 

AWAY: Downey Park

36

Intermediate A: Brigidine Coach: Courtney Milne 

HOME: Graceville

11

Intermediate B (1): Loreto 2 Coach: Kate Mullins 

HOME: Graceville

9

Intermediate B (2): Loreto 1 Coach: Emma Macleod (Absent) 

AWAY: Graceville

9

Intermediate C: Lourdes Hill Coach: Mags Ryan 

AWAY: Graceville

6

Intermediate D: St Rita’s Coach: Briony Logan 

HOME: Graceville

2

Intermediate E: Mary McKillop Coach: Tara Cullinan 

HOME: Graceville

13

Junior A: Mary McKillop Coach: Clare Gill 

AWAY: Downey Park

27

Junior B: Our Lady’s Coach: Josie Woolaston 

AWAY: Downey Park

19

Junior C: San Sisto Coach: Jacqui Gold 

HOME: Downey Park

13

Junior D: Mary McKillop Coach: Hannah Meecham 

AWAY: Downey Park

8

   

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UâÄÄxà|Ç B aÉà|vxá Mary Ward International Australia Invites you to an Exclusive viewing of the NGV’s 2012 Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition, Napoleon: Revolution to Empire WHEN: Sunday July 22 @ 8.30am for breakfast with a French twist followed by a private viewing session from 9.15am SPEAKER: Mr. Michael Kroger, Napoleon enthusiast and Chairman of JT Campbell and Co. Pty Ltd WHERE: NGV International, 180 St Kilda Road Melbourne, VIC 3000 BOOKINGS: www.trybooking.com/24597 ENTRY: $80 http://www.loreto.org.au/Home/News-Media/Events/MWIA-Napoleon-Exhibition---Revolution-to-Empire.aspx For further inquiries contact Felicity Costigan, MWIA (03) 9813 4023 *NGV opens to the public at 10am.

Encounter A retreat for young people organised by the Ethnic Youth Ministry Council, facilitated by Frassati Ministries. Saturday, 21 July 2012 9:00 am - 4:00pm (Mass at 3pm) Sacred Heart Community Centre 80 Nemies Road, Runcorn For catering purposes please rsvp by Wednesday, 18 July REGISTER at http://bit.ly/encounter-youth-retreat For more information contact: Michael on 0403 144 881 or Dino at ethnicyouthministrycouncil@googlegroups.com The Ethnic Youth Ministry Council (EYMC) is a group of young people representing youth from Catholic ethnic communities in the Archdiocese of Brisbane. It operates under the guidance of the Ethnic Ministers Group and the Centre for Multicultural Pastoral Care.

St Elizabeth’s Tarragindi Primary School 2012 Fete Come and enjoy a family-friendly day out featuring a great range of second hand books, clothes and toys, delicious home-baked goodies, plants, gifts and crafts, rides, raffles, entertainment and more! All welcome. Sunday 29th July 10am - 3pm. 55 Effingham St, Tarragindi. Check out our website at: www.stelizabeths.fetesandfairs.com.au

Greater Brisbane Junior Tennis 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 22 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 3374 0516.

Mt Carmel School Fete Come and experience the excitement of the Mt Carmel Community Fete on 5 August from 9.30am until 3.30 pm at Norfolk St, Coorparoo. With over 30 stalls it will be a fun-filled day for the whole family. Don't miss our popular cake and sweets stalls, our pre-loved bargains, toddler chill-out zone and fun stalls for the kids. Grab lunch at one of our many food stalls; Modern Australian by Ashton and Old or our popular Greek Food stall; Yummilicious handmade Pizzas, Asian food or our delicious BBQ. With two live auctions, an Art Union and raffles drawn each half hour, there is close to $15,000 worth of prizes to be won all day. There will be nine awesome rides including the legendary Round-Up and the Cobra; barnyard babies and pony rides, as well as live entertainment and bands all day. Don't miss the Brisbane Lions players and the Bernie Gabba Gang, or Roary from the Brisbane Roar! For more information visit www.mtcarmelfete.com.au or become a Fete Facebook friend -Facebook.com/mtcarmelfete

Child Witness Support Volunteers Needed PACT is a Queensland-wide not for profit community organisation that supports children and young people (3 -17 years) who are required to give evidence within the Criminal Justice System as victims of, or witnesses to, a crime. In 2010-2011 PACT supported 1280 children and young people. Do you have flexible time capacity and would you like to support members of your local community? If so, we have a rewarding voluntary role that may be of interest. Would you like to make a difference? Would you be willing to prepare, empower and reassure child victims and witnesses through the Court process? Join more than 70 other Volunteers from throughout Queensland to become a respected part of the Criminal Justice System. Comprehensive training and supervision provided (no cost). Telephone: 1800 090 111 or 3290 0111 or go to Website: www.pact.org.au to find out more about becoming a PACT Child Witness Support Volunteer.

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Athletics Carnival

Justice

Sincerity

FREEDOM

Verity

Felicity


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2012 Age Champions

Justice

Sincerity

FREEDOM

Verity

Felicity


Justice Sincerity Freedom Verity Felicity

Loreto College Coorparoo is a Catholic secondary school for girls offering an education which liberates, empowers and motivates students in the Mary Ward tradition of excellence in education for girls. Now accepting enrolment applications for Year 7, 2016.

Information Morning - Sunday 12 August, 10.00am 415 Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo | 07 3394 9999 | enrol@loreto.qld.edu.au | www.loreto.qld.edu.au


Loreto Loreto Trivia Trivia Night Night It's in the fridge daddy-o, are you hip to the jive? Can you dig what I'm layin' down? I know that you could. Slide me some skin, soul brother!

This burnin’ night of fun will include: Licensed bar, tea and coffee (bring your own nibbles) Tables of 8-10 (organize your own, or join another) General trivia, so don’t worry if you’re not clued in on the 50’s Prizes for best-dressed individual and table Plus heaps of other smokin' prizes

Tickets from www.trybooking.com/bmua

17 July 2012  

Loreto College Newsletter 17 July 2012