St Joseph’s College Geelong
News & Events Thursday 27 March 2014 - Issue No 5
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Church Manifold Heights, as did the Eucharist on Ash Wednesday. Thank you Fr Gerard for your strong support of this venture. I would also like to acknowledge the level of cooperation and goodwill which exists between ourselves and Clonard College, evident in the joint purchase of this site. I am grateful to Mr Damian McKew, Principal of Clonard College for his ongoing cooperation in the interests of Catholic education. The negotiations with the State Government around the purchase of this site were complex and protracted, and Damian and I were pleased with the level of support we received from the Catholic Education Office Melbourne. I would like to thank the builders who have undertaken the refurbishment of these facilities, especially Old Collegians, Mr Adam Gleeson and his brother Chris, who is also one of our trade training staff members.
Principal’s Report Dear Parents, Students and Friends of the College, Last Wednesday was the feast of St Joseph and therefore a most appropriate day to formally open our Year 9 Westcourt Campus. The following extract is from my address on that occasion. “Most reverend Bishop Long, distinguished guests, staff, students and families, It is fitting that today’s opening takes place on the feast day of St Joseph. Joseph like Edmund responded to God’s call. The naming of this campus Westcourt, as well as campus features such as New Street, The Waterford Centre and Callan Courts, are designed to encourage Year 9 students into a deeper understanding of the life of the founder of the Christian Brothers, Edmund Rice. We know that Edmund restored the dignity of poor boys in Waterford by educating, clothing and feeding them, and that Irish Nationalism evident in culture, dance, sport and language were some of the ways he achieved that. More important than any of those things however, was his commitment to evangelizing, so they experienced what St John describes as ‘having life and having it to the full’. The purpose of Catholic education has not changed over time. The Westcourt campus has been fortunate to have already established a strong working relationship with Fr Gerard Keith and Fr Mick Fitzpatrick from the Geelong Pastoral Cluster. The opening Eucharist took place at Holy Spirit
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The curriculum planning for this campus was undertaken by a group of staff members led by Mr Ashwin Pillai. The role of negotiation with contractors and the finance of the project has rested with our Business Manager, Mr Terry Fowler, and he has done an outstanding job in establishing the facilities that our boys enjoy. Our parents, as always, were supportive of this development, as were our staff, led by Campus Head, Mr Michael Timms and Deputy Principal Years 7 – 9, Ms Claire Brown. Claire will retire at the end of this year and she has been a key person in the development of the CONTINUED >>>
Calendar of Events MARCH 28 Barefoot Bowls n Beats
April 3 Last Day Term 1 4 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 28
Easter Liturgy Parent/student/teacher interviews Student free day Parent/student/teacher interviews Good Friday Easter Sunday Easter Monday Term 2 Commences Westcourt ANZAC ceremony SJC Open Day ANZAC Day Public Holiday Newtown ANZAC ceremony
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CONTINUED >>> original idea. The students have embraced this space and the challenges of an innovative curriculum. I commend the Year 9 Program and these facilities to everyone and thank all those who have contributed to the development of this Westcourt Campus of St Joseph’s College.” We were indeed fortunate to have Bishop Long open and bless the facilities. Thank you to all those parents and supporters who attended the celebration. We were very lucky with the weather for Edmund Rice Day which commenced with Eucharist and was followed by a cross country walkathon event, lunch and some afternoon entertainment. It is appropriate that this event takes place during the church season of lent where amongst other things, Pope Francis has encouraged Catholics to open their hearts to our brother and sisters. Thank you for your support of your son’s fundraising for this day. The total amount raised was in excess of $47,400, which is an outstanding amount. It was wonderful to see so many parents enjoying the trivia night held at the College last Saturday evening. Thank you once again for your support. Paul Tobias - Principal
Footy Boots wanted! If your boys’ footy boots no longer fit and are gathering dust in the back of a cupboard, if they are in good condition and just need a clean-up – consider donating them. Give them a clean then send them into the Mission Office at SJC. They will be donated through Diversitat and other organisations to refugee and disadvantaged children in Geelong. Jo Hart - Director of Identity
Work Experience Year 10 All Work Experience Arrangement Forms (382) need to be returned to the Careers Office by no later than Friday 28 March. Please contact Karen at Careers if an extension of time is required. Please ensure that the employer has signed the form, as well as parent/guardian and student, before returning the Arrangement Form to school. The Careers Office will organise to collect the Principal’s signature. Karen Shum - Careers Coordinator
Sibling Enrolment - Year 7 2015 If you have younger sons who will be seeking enrolment for Year 7 at St Joseph’s in 2015, you need to submit your application by Friday 23 May 2014. Parents who fail to do so, even if they have older sons at the College, cannot be guaranteed a place.
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News from the Deputies EDMUND RICE DAY We would like to thank all families for their tremendous support of Edmund Rice Day. The funds contributed will make an enormous difference to the lives of many children both here and in Africa who are living on the margins. The day itself saw staff and students celebrating the life of Blessed Edmund Rice, founder of the Christian Brothers, through the Eucharist, music, sport and numerous other organised activities. Our whole school assembly on Monday 24 March celebrated the achievements of Edmund Rice Day and made special mention of individuals and homerooms who put an extra effort into their fund raising efforts. As a result, it seems likely that the target of $50,000 may still be reached. WINTER UNIFORM The beginning of Term 2 signals the move into the winter uniform. All students will be expected to wear long trousers, winter shirts, ties and blazers from the first day back in second term which will be Tuesday 22 April. Students must not wear summer shirts with winter uniform as they don’t have a top button and look very untidy with a tie. Belts should be plain black leather or vinyl. Please note that the rugby top should never be worn with the winter uniform and beanies are never acceptable. Please use the holiday period to ensure winter uniforms are up to the expected standard. EASTER HOLIDAYS Finally we would like to wish all families a safe and happy Easter break. Term 1 has been very busy particularly with the trade training centre and Westcourt Campus operating for the first time. We would like to thank students and parents for their tremendous support throughout the term and look forward to this continuing throughout the remainder of the year. Paul Clohesy - Deputy Principal & Ric Brodrick - Acting Deputy Principal
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TERM 1 PARENT/TEACHER/STUDENT INTERVIEWS Year 7-12 interviews will held on Thursday 3 April 4-7pm and Friday 4 April 9-12noon in the Br O S Adams Gymnasium. Mid semester reports are available on line via the Parent Access Module from Friday 28 March. The interviews are an opportunity for parents, teachers and ASSESSMENT AND HOMEWORK TASKS – VIEW students to meet progress and future learning. All students MARKS AND TEACHER COMMENTS are expected to attend with their parents/carers. In Term 1, there are no prior appointments made for interviews. A letter will be emailed this week to all parents with further information about assessment and reporting. If you do not receive this email this week, please contact registrar@sjc. vic.edu.au. If you require login details for the Parent Access Module please contact email@example.com ASSESSMENT AND REPORTS ON PAM – PARENT ACCESS MODULE VIEW ALL SUBJECT TASKS The Parent Access Module login details have been emailed to all parents. Please see the instructions below to download reports, view assessment tasks and comments. Please continue to check your son’s assessment results and due tasks by logging into PAM regularly. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any assistance. TO LOG IN TO PAM
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Thursday 3 April from 4-7pm and Friday 4 April from 9am-12noon in the Br O S Adams Gymnasium. Mid semester reports are available online via the Parent Access Module from Friday 28 March. The interviews are an opportunity for parents, teachers and students to meet and discuss future learning. All students are expected to attend with their parents/ guardians. In Term 1 there are no prior appointments made for these interviews. www.sjc.vic.edu.au
Young Catholic Leaders The last few weeks have been busy ones for our senior and junior leaders as they have represented St Joseph’s College at a number of Diocesan and Deanery events. Michael McAuliffe, Darcy Barling and Ben Cazaly attended the Conversation with the Archbishop forum which gave them a chance to hear about faith from other young people, share ideas of leadership in schools and ask questions of Archbishop Denis Hart. The Archbishop responded to these questions while also telling something of his own story. The students enjoyed meeting leaders from other schools and valued the time the Archbishop gave to them by being with them for the whole day. One of the perks of the day was having their photo taken with the Archbishop! Four enthusiastic Year 10 leaders gave up their Edmund Rice Day activities to attend the Young Speakers’ Colloquium, as part of Catholic Education Week. The students who attended, Darcy Kiss, Jared Muraca, Chad Suphamongkol and Jack O’Neill, were inspired by our own past-student, Nick Maxwell, as well as a number of other speakers discussing the theme “Dare to Dream”. Each of the three speakers indicated that nothing is beyond reach if you put your mind to it and take the initiative to make it a reality. And most recently, Gabriel Hickey and Joseph Caruana both of Year 8 represented the College at the Deanery Mass held at St Mary’s Basilica on Sunday evening. They carried our school banner proudly and confidently. Father Gerard Keith spoke of the hope for the Church which is shown through all those who represented numerous organisations and schools at the Mass. We are very proud of these students for integrity they have shown and the sacrifices they have made to attend these events. Jo Hart - Director of Identity
EARTH HOUR 8:30–9:30pm, Saturday 29 March. Earth hour is the single largest mass movement that helps target climate change! Founded by the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) in 1961, Earth Hour has been embraced by 7001cities in 152 nations across the globe. This year, Earth hour is focusing attention on one of the world’s most iconic and threatened places; Australia’s very own Great Barrier Reef. So join millions of people worldwide in switching lights off for an hour! For more information or to organise your own gathering, please visit: www.earthhour.org/ Kelly Jenkins - Sustainability Coordinator
Mr Tobias with 7C Mr Tobias Met 7C on 17 March on O’ Driscol oval to talk about the School’s history and Edmund Rice. We went around the school looking at the older buildings such as the Chapel and the VCE block. He told us a bit about himself and what this school means to him. Max and Kuol - 7C
Cricket - SJC First XI ROUND 6 - SJC v WHITEFRIARS SJC 5/117 (Jack Driver 47no, James Hickey 23, Connor Jervies 15no) defeated WHITEFRIARS 5/115cc (Jordan stone 1/11, Connor Jervies 2/20, Jack Driver 2/9) ROUND 7 - SJC v SALESIAN SALESIAN 5/139cc (Nick Swain 2/13, Jordan Stone 1/16, Connor Jervies 1/18, Casey Meehan 1/15) defeated SJC 10/129 (Brad McMaster 30, Jack Driver 37, Sam Plummer 18) in 34 overs A special “well done” to the team who went so close to making the ACC Grand Final. www.sjc.vic.edu.au
Year 7 Enrolments for 2015 are now open Tours leave every 15 minutes from the Peter Cannon Performing Artss Centre. Parking will be available at O’Driscol Oval on Queens Road.
9.00am-12.00noon Student guided tours during normal school program with last tour leaving 11.30am
Student and staff guided tours of the facilities with last tour leaving 6.00pm
• Quality Catholic education • Strong academic focus with a well rounded education • Positive outcome for all boys • Excellent modern facilities hool • Extensive VET, VCAL and School m Based Apprenticeship program onard • Shared VCE classes with Clonard ollege College and Sacred Heart College
Year 7 Applications for 2015 close Friday 23 May 2014. Limited places available for Senior School.
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Edmund Rice Day Cross Country Results
Cross Country House Results
U13 U14 U15 U16 U17 SENIOR Total
199 452 231 442 412 280 2016
414 398 273 287 358 224 1954
140 150 432 350 329 405 1806
199 209 333 196 157 304 1398
The House Winner is:
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
MATTHEW KEAST OLIVER LOUGHNAN RUAIRI DONNELLAN NICHOLAS SANDERS JACK MULLEN GABRIEL VAN BERKEL CONNOR PICKETT WILLIAM FARROW JACOB LOBODARZ JOSHUA GUMMER MATTHEW TEALE HARRISON KANELLOS FINN DRIPPS BRADLEY JEPSON CLAY PAGE & COOPER JESSEN
JOHN PERKS FRASER MURRAY SAMUEL WALSH MAX VISINTIN DOYLE MADIGAN HARRY HOCKLEYSAMON LEWIS ANTONAC PAUL KANELLOS TOM KEAST BRODIE DENNEY BAXTER MENSCH DECLAN FENTON BENJAMIN FRASER REEF DAVIES WILLIAM ROWE
CHRISTIAN DAVIS LOGAN MITCHELL JACK KEATING DAVID HANDLEY BRAYDEN HAM HARRISON LING MASON FRASER MATTHEW HASTE JACK PURCELL BAYLEY COCKERILL MICHAEL KAVENAGH OLIVER MONTEITH HUGH DARKE MITCHELL WHELAN TRISTAN MORELAND
MATTHEW ZILAVEC THOMAS FOLEY LIAM HIGGINS DARBY EDWARDS CHARLES FRANCIS PETERSON KOL WILLIAM CANN JAMES PUNDIJ OSCAR SENTFTLEPEN MICHAEL CALLAHAN PATRICK DOWLING ZACHARY BARR JACK QUINN AUSTIN HUMPREY AUSTIN WALKER
JACK HOCKLEYSALMON EAMON ANDERSON JAKE WILLIAMSON JOBE NEAL SAMUEL HOARE PATRICK KELLEHER NATHAN DILLON MIACHAEL MCAULIFFE JAMES GOLDSWORTHY THOMAS SESAR HARRY WALKER MICHAEL FAMA SEAN WHELAN CALLUM ROBERTSON TYRONE BUTTERWORTH
HARRISON VEALE JAMES MCDONALD NICHOLAS TOOHEY DARCY CADDY NICHOLAS BALIC ASHLEY GILLESPIE DAVID MCNEEL NICHOLAS BRANDIMARTI JACK VISINTIN JACK BRODRICK TOM CAUDULLO DION WUNUNGMURRA NICHOLAS SWAIN JOSHUA RICE JAMES COOPER
WINNER OF THE EDMUND RICE GIFT: Christian Davis
Parents & friends Update The P&F held our first event for the year last Saturday night with a trivia night held in the gym. There was a fantastic turnout with over 280 people in attendance. Simon, our trivia man, was great and his approach of keeping the night moving whilst providing everyone the chance of answering the reasonable questions, provided a fun and interesting night for all. The night was primarily a social function, a chance for parents to have a relaxed night out. As it was so well patronised, we were able to raise around $3000 which will go towards the P&F’s yearly commitment of $6000 to the school’s bursary fund. The P&F are proud to support this fund, along with the Old Collegians and the Foundation, which enables boys to attend St Joseph’s who may not have had the opportunity otherwise. It was great to see so many staff members attend and we’d like to thank them and everyone who attended. Many thanks to the sub-committee for organising such a fantastic night. Our next meeting will be held on Tuesday 22 April in the staffroom and we will be discussing upcoming events for the remainder of the year. If you are unable to attend our meetings but would like to be kept informed and receive the minutes each month, please let David know and they can be emailed to you. Thanks for your ongoing support. Jackie Richards & Terri Walker - P&F co-presidents
Trivia Night The Parents and Friends Trivia Night held on Saturday 22 March was a huge success. Over 280 people attended the evening which was crammed with entertaining games and trivia. The Parents and Friends would like to pass on their thanks to all of the families and staff who attended the evening. A huge thank you to the Trivia Night Subcommittee of Lynne Mullins, Katrina Harmon, Deb Saba, Jade Zivcic and Sheryl Digby for their hard work in organising the evening. The Parents and Friends would also like to thank the local industries who supported the event. • Black Bull Tapas Bar and Restaurant • Routleys Bakery • Barwon Edge • Steampacket Foods • Jackswine.com • Highton Cellars • Luna Park David Formosa - Development Manager
Congratulations In Sympathy Mrs Leah Windt, grandmother of Charles Windt (Year 8) and Heidi Windt, (Year 10) Clonard College. Mrs Joanne Renfrey, great aunt of Will Gowans (Year 7). Mr Bruce Walshe, past parent, husband of Jenny, father of Steven (1999), Campbell (2001), Blayney Walshe (2008) and 3 daughters who attended Sacred Heart College. Mr Nunzio Miceli, step grandfather of Joseph Imbrogno (Year 11) and Jordan Imbrogno (Year 9). Mrs Dorothy Kelly, (86 years), wife of Old Collegian Jack Kelly (dec), grandmother of Guy Kelly (2011), Madeline, Sacred Heart College Alumni (2013) and Liam Kelly (Year 7). Our hearts go out to you all as we pray “That God will welcome these faithfully departed into His loving arms. And that precious memories will be of comfort to those left behind, knowing that their love will live on in their hearts forever.”
Year 7 student Jonathan Burns was recently awarded a silver medal at the Australian Junior Track and Field Championships in his Under 14 age group for PoleVault. Well done!
Community service news As the term draws to a close I would like to take the opportunity to thank all staff and students who have helped out with various community events and programs throughout the term. St Joseph’s has a wonderful tradition of helping others and this has been most evident this term with staff and students so willing to give up their time to assist others in need. With the holidays approaching it is an excellent time for students to complete community service hours. We have a number of community service opportunities for the boys. Please see campus guides, a link on SIMON and a list of upcoming events of SJC facebook page. Mrs Wrigley - Community Service Coordinator www.sjc.vic.edu.au
Studying for English I am often asked about tips for getting ahead in English or ways of overcoming some of the common problems students have in English. Here are some suggestions: • Read the text your son is studying in class and talk about it with him. • Reading is important to developing vocabulary and helping students to understand the effect purpose and audience have in shaping a text. Encourage your son to read and allow him plenty of choice in what he reads. These tips come from http://www.schoolatoz.nsw. edu.au/homework-and-study/english/my-book-club/ disgusting-ways-to-get-boys-to-read • A key to getting boys to read is finding subject matter that interests them. • Often young boys are interested in “rude things” because it allows them to laugh about it without having to do it themselves. • Boys can see reading as a feminine activity because it’s often women they see reading. • Hook boys into reading something they like and they will broaden their choices in time. • Books allow the reader to visit different worlds and dimensions; something many boys love. Please contact myself (email@example.com) or your son’s English teacher if you have any queries. Margot Davies
Business Directory Do you own your own business? Are you looking for an economical form of advertising, with great exposure? Why not add your business to the St Joseph’s College Business Directory. For just $50 per annum your business details and logo will be added to our business directory and made available to our current families, staff and Old Collegians that’s well over 5000 potential customers. Not only will you enhance your business opportunity, you will do so knowing that you are contributing to the College Bursary Fund. For further information contact David Formosa on 0408955546 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org The following Business’ appear on our Business Directory. Jetset Ocean Grove, Grampians Retreat, European Affair, Greater City Car Care, WMC Accounting, Hayeswinckle Agent, Millennium Garage Doors.
Fyans park Tennis Club Are you interested in playing pennant tennis? If you are, or know of anyone who would be interested, the Fyans Park Tennis Club, corner Camden Road and Ormskirk Street, Newtown, is currently seeking new members to play mixed tennis on Saturday afternoons. For further details please contact Garth Smith, Mobile No. 0419 583 968, Margot Jackson Mobile No. 0409 138 408 or Des Bath 5243 4536 or Mobile 0409 160 024.
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ACC MUSIC SPECTACULAR HAMER HALL, ARTS CENTRE, MELBOURNE 7PM, 17 SEPTEMBER 2014 Following a successful f inaugural concert in 2008, Associated Catholic Colleges is proud to announce that we will return to Hamer Hall in September this year for our second combined schools concert, “ACCent on Music”. This music spectacular will feature the individual and collective musical talents of the eleven ACC member schools, as well as the legendary genius of one of Australia’s pre-eminent musicians, Mr. James Morrison. We are delighted that James has made himself available to perform with a selection of our ensembles, and he will also act as compere on the night. He is a strong supporter of music education and we look forward to welcoming him to our event. The aim of this concert is to provide an opportunity to showcase the variety and excellence of music programs within the ACC to our school communities and to the general public. It also provides our musicians and singers a potentially once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of performing high calibre works in a world-class concert hall. A wide variety of musicians and vocalists will be involved in this performance in a number of ways: • Several combined school items - Choir, Senior Concert Band, Junior Concert Band, Advanced Stage Band and Orchestra • Individual School items – each school will have an ensemble perform on the Hamer Hall stage, as well as several ensembles performing in the various foyers leading up to the event. Rehearsals for the massed items will be delivered within the scope of the usual ACC Music Workshop program to be held throughout 2014, as well as within the normal rehearsal program of each contributing school. The Directors of Music from our member colleges have been working hard in preparation for the concert, and will be working collaboratively to ensure that the concert is a great success. We ask the support of all students and families in attending the concert, which is to be held at Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne on Wednesday, 17th September. Ticket prices, whilst still to be finalised, will not be expensive they are expected to be in the vicinity of $15 per ticket. This event promises to be a memorable experience for performers and audience members alike. For further details, please contact the Director of Music at your school, or the ACC office: Email: email@example.com Phone: 8561 1132 website: www.accmelb.com.au www.sjc.vic.edu.au
“TO KEEP ALIVE, OR TO HONOUR, THE MEMORY OF SOME PERSON, GROUP, OR EVENT BY A CEREMONY”.
COMMEMORATION DAY PROGRAM
Understand the importance of Commemoration of World War 1 (and other wars), including debates about the nature and significance of the Anzac legend. Open up discussions about other recent world events, war and peace. Analyse different perspectives of people in World War 1 (Turkish perspective, women’s perspective, Indigenous perspective). Deepen an understanding of the commitment and sacrifice made by Australian servicemen and women during the First World War and by those who continue to serve in uniform around the world. Consider the positive and negative perceptions of war within Australia.The places where Australians fought and the nature of warfare during World War 1, including the Gallipoli campaign. The impact of World War I, with a particular emphasis on Australia.
Session 1: 9am – 10.00am 9.00am Welcome & Introduction (all students) 9.05am Commemoration Ceremony & Keynote Address by Jeffery Carthew (all students) 10am -10.20am Morning Tea Break Session 2: 10.25 am – 12.30pm 10.25am Student Workshop 1 (students choose) 11.30am Student Workshop 2 (students choose) 12.30 -1.30pm Lunch Session 3: 1.30pm – 3.10pm 1.30pm Mindfulness Reflection and Spirit of Premier’s Prize (all students) 1.45pm Gallipoli Play (all students) http://www.janwositzky.com.au/lest-we-forget/ 3.05pm Final Wrap Up (all students)
WHY COMMEMORATION? August 2014 marks 100 years since the commencement of the First World War. Across the globe, the Anzac Centenary (2014 – 2018) will be marked by millions of people, in places of special importance and in ways personally meaningful to them. In Victoria, local communities will have the opportunity to plan their own commemorations and to share in the stories of those who served. Commemoration is an act of community remembrance. Every year, at an appointed time and place, the people of a community gather together to remember the sacrifice of those who served and died in war. Ceremonies, with their set order of activities and their symbols of commemoration, enable a country or a community to pass on the act and meaning of remembrance from generation to generation. Check out the new Victorian Government website which is impressive: http://anzaccentenary.vic.gov.au/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbTERkrMpNk
MONDAY 12 MAY
IN THE BR O S ADAMS CENTRE (GYM) The College is holding a special Mass in celebration of all of our SJC Mums, Grandmothers and Special Women who are welcome to join us in celebrating Motherâ€™s Day. The Mass will be followed by light refreshments. All Year 7 students will attend the Mass and are welcome to invite guests - please RSVP via the College website by clicking on EVENTS. Students from other Year levels are also welcome to attend and invite their own Motherâ€™s Day guests - providing they also RSVP via the online form. This will allow the College to arrange for those students to be absent from class during the Mass. The RSVP will also allow us to properly cater for the morning tea. We look forward to seeing students and their guests celebrating Motherâ€™s Day together!
JOIN OUR SLIDESHOW! There will be a slideshow during the Mass in which we would love to include some happy photos of Mums, Carers & Sons if you would like to submit a photo for inclusion in the Mass slideshow, email a copy to Lachlan Porter at the College firstname.lastname@example.org with the email subject as â€˜Mothers Day Mass Photoâ€™ before Wednesday 7 May.
An Evening with Friends of Viqueque
HOLIDAY MOVIES At St Maryâ€™s Plaza Theatre (Parish Centre, Lt Myers Street) TUESDAY 8 APRIL - TURBO
10.30AM-2PM (1HR 35 MINS. RATED G) A freak accident migh just help an everyday garden snal achieve his biggest dream: winning the Indy 500.
THURSDAY 10 APRIL - CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 10.30AM-2PM (1HR 35 MINS. RATED G) Flint Lockwood now works at the Live Corp company for his idol Chester V. But heâ€™s forced to leave his post when he learns taht his most infamous machine is still operational and is churning out food-animal hybrids.
TUESDAY 15 APRIL - PLANES 10.30AM-2PM (1HR 3O MINS. RATED G) A crop dusting plane with a fear of heights lives his dream of competing in the world famous around-the-world aerial race.
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