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Bundaberg QLD 4670
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30 January 2017

Principal’s Reflection

Yesterday, at the 5.30pm Mass at Holy Rosary, we celebrated Br Rochford’s 70th Jubilee as a Christian Brother. As a 14 year old young man, Brother began his journey on January 29, 1947. To all of us at Shalom and to the thousands of students who have passed through this College since 1988, Brother has lived out, in extraordinarily tangible ways, the spirit of this College and has been an outstanding example of Christian ministry. Jesus and Edmund Rice, the founder of the Congregation Brother joined 70 years ago, would be very proud of him! Every day Brother Rochford greets students, staff and parents with ‘Shalom’. He acknowledges the birthdays of every student. He has chronicled the history of this College. Our students at Shalom today, we are told, can expect to change careers several times in their lives. Most things we buy will only last a few years. Commitment, is not what it once was. We all need people like Br Rocky in our lives who are examples to us all of that ability to ‘hang in there’ and be faithful. It is easy for our young people to grow up believing that ‘if it feels good, do it’. Br Rochford is, I hope, a reminder to all of us that there is great worth and benefit in being faithful and working through the hard times. Br Rochford has always been a teacher. His only career has been in education. Principal of two schools and working in numerous others, I think it is safe to say that his favourite is Shalom! Br Rochford is closer to the end of this wonderful career than the beginning but we are particularly privileged to have him in our community. Other than Shalom, Brothers’ other great claim to fame is that he is Manly Warringah’s greatest supporter!

Brother
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Brother
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Shalom 2017

The school year has got off to a very smooth start. Thank you so much to parents for the effort that went into having your daughters and sons equipped, uniformed and presented so well on the first day! We had a lot of new faces with us this week – 260 Year 7 students, 45 new students in Years 8 to 11, 12 new teachers and 12 new support staff. All, I hope, have felt a warm welcome at Shalom.

2016 Senior Class

We were very pleased with the results of the Senior class. We were able to get back to the College the six students who achieved an OP1 for a photo. Importantly, over 30% of eligible students achieved an OP between 1-7. We very much hope that the hard work done by this group of students will open up wonderful pathways for their future careers.

Australia Day

Australia Day is a great opportunity to celebrate why we love this country. We love the freedom, the democracy, wonderful social services and so many other things. It was interesting in the last few days to follow the conversation around the possibility of moving Australia Day, to celebrate all of the above and more, to a different day out of respect to our Indigenous Australians for whom Captain Phillip’s landing at Sydney Cove did not mean a lot of good news. Raising the British flag on January 26th, Arthur Phillip was tasked with starting a prison and feeding its population – not a glorious first day for our country! A columnist in the Courier Mail was arguing vigorously against any date change for Australia Day and made the point that the arrival of the First Fleet brought all the benefits of British Justice and law to Australia. I’m not sure that the convicts who were the main cargo on that fleet would have agreed! Colonial powers such as Britain did shape the world as we know it. The British, French, Dutch, Spanish, Germans and Portuguese went to great lengths to share their world view but their motivation for that was principally for their own economic benefit. I was talking with a friend last week about the push to ‘re-brand’ Australia Day. She thought that instead of ‘Invasion Day’ we should call it, “Let's Join In and Try to Make It Work After We Initially Stuffed It Day”. Doesn’t quite roll off the tongue but I think there is something in that. We have so much to be proud of as Australians and so much for which to be grateful. We have also much that we didn’t do well at all and we need to recognise that. Maybe we should ‘commemorate’ January 26th and the significance that date has and ‘celebrate’ Australia Day on a different date?

Traffic at Shalom

Thank you to all for the patience shown while our new road was under construction. It is always busy getting into and out of Shalom before and after school. Parents who drop off or collect their children I encourage to be patient at these busy times. At pick-up time, could I PLEASE ask parents NOT to collect students on the other side of the driveway. This is a real safety hazard. Even though it might take longer, all student collections must take place in front of the Theatre and Admin buildings.

We are very hopeful that well before the end of this year, road works will be complete on Eggmolesse Street to connect it to Johanna Boulevard as well as a connection from Kay McDuff Drive to the Ring Road. These developments should significantly assist traffic at Shalom in those busy times. The more students who can travel to and from school by bus the better it is for our traffic congestion.

Mr Dan McMahon
Principal

Newsletter Articles

School Based Vaccination Program

Please read the information contained in the below attachment, regarding School Based Immunisations for 2017.

Student Welfare and Information

Welcome back to all our continuing students and families – and a welcome to our new students and families. I am always very grateful to the House Coordinators, the Year 12 students and the staff for their work on the first day of school for our Year 7s. I hope your child was happy with the day.

Personal Development Education (PDE) Years 7 and 8

Term 1

Our school has subscribed to the Enhanced Learning Educational Services Study Skills Handbook. This is a great online resource for parents and students to address all their study skills issues and concerns as well as learn new ways to improve students’ results at school. The handbook has a huge amount of information for students and parents as well as lots of interactive activities, multimedia experiences and useful resources. To access the handbook, go to the link below and login as a subscriber with these details:

User name: shalomcollege
Password: 18results

http://www.studyskillshandbook.com.au

Please note, the above user name and password is for the use of the parents and students AT OUR SCHOOL ONLY – please do not pass our school’s details onto parents or students from other schools or other individuals as this is a prosecutable breach of copyright and will result in frequent password changes for our school.

We encourage parents and students to take advantage of this opportunity to further develop their study skills through this great on line resource.

The Year 7 and 8 students will be looking at different modules in their PDE time.

Other year levels and parents are able to access this site as well.

Term 2

The Year 7 and 8 students will be undertaking the Daniel Morcombe Child Safety Curriculum in set PDE lessons. The modules for Year 9 are placed in the Health and Physical Education Program.

Year 7 Camps

Below is the camp schedule for the Year 7 Camps 2017. Your son/daughter would have received the paperwork for the camps by now – if not their respective CSB teacher will hand it out this week. The DUE DATE for the return of the medical/permission form is Tuesday 7 February. Please make sure that everything is filled in, including the Medicare number and Health Fund number if you are a member.

Camp Number

Class

Dates for Camp

Teacher Attending

1

CSB Class H

20, 21, 22 February

Mrs Mary Taylor

2

CSB Class D

21, 22, 23 February

Mrs Nicole Amey

3

CSB Class G

22, 23, 24 February

Mrs Jenny Hawe

4

CSB Class J

27, 28 February, 1 March

Ms Karen Lyons

5

CSB Class B

28 February, 1, 2 March

Miss Jessica Altadonna

6

CSB Class F

1, 2, 3 March

Mrs Nicole Amey

7

CSB Class A

6, 7, 8 March

Mr Michael Ray

8

CSB Class C

7, 8, 9 March

Ms Karen Lyons

9

CSB Class E

8, 9, 10 March

Mr Aaron Brown

10

CSB Class I

13, 14, 15 March

Mrs Nicole Amey

The FOCUS Class Camp has had to be shifted to Term 2 with dates to be advised.

It is important that you read the Equipment List but please note the following (which is mentioned on the list).

Students need to remember that they are to be sun-safe at all times – they must have t-shirts with sleeves and preferably collars. They are to have longer shorts – particularly the girls as they will be using harnesses for some of the activities. Each student needs to have their own sunscreen as well. A raincoat is a must because even if it is raining the activities will still go ahead; obviously they won’t if the instructors feel it unsafe.

Please make sure all forms are returned by Tuesday 7 February to their CSB teacher only.

Nut Products

A reminder to all parents that nut products and any type of nuts are not allowed in the College. We have many students highly allergic to any nut products.

Aerosol Deodorant

Aerosol deodorant is not permitted in the College as it can trigger asthma attacks to those susceptible. Roll on deodorant is acceptable.

Chewing Gum

Chewing gum is not permitted.

Grooming

It is not possible to have very detailed information on every aspect of grooming in our Record Books otherwise it would be volumes in thickness.

Thus I have some detailed information below which will assist you in making sure that your son’s hairstyle and length meets our guidelines.

Hair and grooming: Boys

Acceptable and appropriate styles for this College:

  • Hair is not to be cut any shorter than a number 3 blade.
  • Shorter hair at the back and sides must be blended gradually into the longer hair on top…..the stark contrast that is popular at the moment is not correct.
  • Hair cannot be long on the top and then extremely short on the sides.
  • At the back, hair must be cut evenly and clearly above the collar.
  • The fringe must be cut to a length above the eyebrows, not kept longer and simply brushed to the side.
  • At the sides, hair must be cut shorter. Sweeping longer hair behind the ears is unacceptable.
  • Side-burns should be no longer than the bottom of the ear lobe.
  • It is expected that hair be kept a natural colour and that no bleaching or streaking of hair is done.
  • As well as keeping hair at an acceptable length, it is expected that all students keep their hair clean and neat every day.
  • Students must be clean-shaven at all times.
  • Thank you for your ongoing support of our young people.

Road Safety issues

I need to remind parents on a number of things:

  • observe the speed limit both in the driveway and when on the property
  • drop off and collect your son/daughter in the area outside the Administration block
  • do not ask your child to meet you in the cemetery to be collected; do not collect your child from the staff car parks beside the basketball courts or Sports Centre / Student Services.
  • do not cut across the bus bays before school when dropping your child to the Sports Centre before school

If you drop off your child in Fitzgerald Street near Endeavour, can you ask them to cross on the pedestrian crossing in Fitzgerald Street and use the designated walkway provided on school property. Students should not be walking up Brother Hogan Drive.

I have had a few ‘near misses’ reported to me this week thus my list of ‘do’s & don’ts’.

Elizabeth Austin-Campbell
Deputy Principal
AcampbellE@shalomcollege.com

2017 Term Dates

Term 1

Monday 23 January - for Year 7, Senior buddies and new students
Tuesday 24 January - All students return to Friday 31 March
*** Wednesday 15 February - Student Free Day - Bishop’s Inservice ***

Term 2

Tuesday 18 April to Friday 23 June

Term 3

Monday 10 July to Friday 15 September

Term 4

Tuesday 3 October to Friday 1 December

Curriculum Notes

I trust that all students have been able to make a positive start to this academic year. The start of a new year offers students a chance of a new beginning, to put what may have been some distractions or even bad study practices behind them and give their studies a higher priority. To assist our students in managing their academic endeavours we have a number of key staff I would like to highlight for you:

Mrs Megan Munckton – Middle School Coordinator (Years 7 to 9)
Mr Brendan Maher – Senior School Coordinator (Years 10 to 12)
Mrs Keryn Staley – Learning Support Coordinator
Ms Liza O’Donnell – VET Coordinator
Mr Toy Braund – Careers Advisor

I am sure that you and your children will find relationships with these people very positive and constructive and I look forward to working in partnership with all members of our College Community in what promises to be a challenging and exciting year ahead.

Record Books

The Record Book includes a number of tools to help your children get organised, not just for the next day, but the next week, month term and year. The Record Book daily entries section includes space for diary notes, reminders, parent/teacher contact and dedicated sections for homework entries for each lesson along with a check box to help monitor what is and isn't being done.

To help students prioritize homework and study the Record Book includes a Homework / Study Plan. All students are required to complete a homework/study plan as it provides an important opportunity to reconcile the demands of family and lifestyle with the study and homework needs of the student. Please work with your children when they complete their plan. Some useful guidelines about homework are included on pages 17 and 18 of the Record Book.

To help avoid the ‘night before’ approach to completing assignments and preparing for examinations a Yearly Planner is also included in the Record Book. Students have been reminded that this is a planning tool and is not to be used for non-academic reminders such as birthdays. The Record Book is not a personal diary. Pastoral Care and subject teachers will monitor and assist students in the use of this tool to help plan ahead and organise their assignments and study for examinations.

Should you have any concerns about your child’s ability to establish and maintain an effective pattern of homework and study please contact the appropriate House Coordinator, PC teacher or subject teacher.

Subject Changes

Shalom College offers a rich and varied curriculum. To achieve and maintain this, along with addressing the learning needs of all of our students, a degree of flexibility and creativity is required in developing our timetable. Our timetable is further complicated by the arrival of new students, some departures and a growing number of subject changes by students. However, we ultimately need stability and to achieve, this subject changes for students in Years 9 to 12 must be effected by Tuesday 7 February.

Year 12 students who wish to make subject changes must do so using a green ‘Request for Subject Change’ form available from the House Coordinator or Mr Maher. Year 9, 10 and 11 students who wish to make subject changes must do so in writing (the form - still available on the College Intranet or from the front office, letter or a note in the Record Book) under a parent's signature. All subject change requests must be submitted through the Office (notes in Record Books will be photocopied by the Office staff).

Please also note that we do not allow students to change classes within a subject.

Please direct queries regarding subject changes to Mr Brendan Maher for Year 10, 11 and 12 students and Mrs Megan Munckton for Year 9 students.

Year 12 Trial QCS Test

Year 12 students who will be sitting the QCS Test will complete trial test on Friday 10 February. The students have been briefed on expectations regarding attendance and participation in the trial. Students who are OP-eligible must sit the trial; students who are not OP-eligible may sit the test.

Students who will not be sitting the QCS Test must download, print, complete and submit the form below by Monday 6 February. The form is also available for download from the College Intranet under the ‘QCS Test’ tab.

Please note that on the trial day Year 12 students will be dismissed at approximately 2:45pm. Should you require any information about your child’s participation in the trial QCS Test, please contact me or Mr Brendan Maher.

Students not sitting the QCS Test are expected to continue with work experience, structured workplace learning or attendance at their usual workplaces if they are involved in a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship. Should you require any information about participation in work experience, structured workplace learning or school-based apprenticeships and traineeships, please contact College VET Coordinator, Mrs Liza O’Donnell.

Year 11 and 12 students - LUIs and USIs

While all Year 11 and 12 students have been advised of how to access their Learner Accounts, our records show that many students have not yet done so. It is important that all Senior students, especially Year 12s at this time, access their learner accounts. Learner Accounts are accessed through the QCAA’s Student Connect portal at the link below. A link to this portal is also available on the desktop of the College Intranet. There are instructions for logging into their Learner Account on the landing page of the portal, but students will need to know their LUI number which can be found on their Shalom Student ID Card or by contacting the College Office. Their initial password is the first four digits of their birthday, e.g. the password for a student whose birthday is on 6 January would be 0601. After the initial log-in students will be prompted to create a new password.

https://studentconnect.qcaa.qld.edu.au/

All students undertaking Vocational Education and Training (VET) subjects at school are required to complete some initial steps that:

a) creates their Unique Student Indentifier (USI), and;
b) acknowledge that you and your child have read and understood how VET procedures operate in the College and your child’s subjects.

Teachers will allocate some time to this in class, but these steps can be completed and submitted independently. Both forms and procedures are available for download from the Intranet under the ‘VET Forms & Resources’ tab. There is also an information sheet there that will explain the USI in more detail and how to obtain one or students can visit the Australian Government’s USI webpage at the link below. All students undertaking VET subjects must complete and submit relevant forms and information to the College office as soon as possible if this has not already been done.

https://www.usi.gov.au/students/how-do-i-create-usi

If students have any difficulty with logging-in via the Student Connect portal or creating a USI, they are welcome to contact the College Office for assistance.

Mr Christian Taylor
Assistant to the Principal – Curriculum
TaylorC@shalomcollege.com

P & F Committee

Quiet Achiever

Our Quiet Achiever for this week is Liliana McLennan, Year 9 Hogan House. Over the Christmas break Liliana has been training and competing in track cycling in Bundaberg, Brisbane and Tasmania. At the recent Queensland Junior State Titles that were held at the new Anna Meares Velodrome, Liliana earned a silver medal in the 2000m Individual Pursuit. As a result of Liliana's overall achievements, she has been selected in the Queensland Junior Track Cycling Team to compete in Sydney at the National Junior Track Cycling Championships in late February 2017. This is a wonderful effort as Liliana is only 14 years old and racing as a bottom aged athlete in the Under 17 Division. Congratulations and well done!

Past Student Achievements

Congratulations to Shalom 2016 Year 12 graduate Bronte Rotar, who is now one of the ‘Gappies’ in the Learning Enhancement Unit on receiving the Bundaberg Regional Council Australia Day Junior Creative Spirit Award. Bronte follows in the footsteps of her older brother John, who is a former dual recipient of this coveted award.

Congratulations also to Ben Nedwich, a Shalom Year 12 graduate of 2013, who was also a thoroughly deserved winner of the Junior Citizen of the Year Award.

Mr Vince Habermann

MacKillop House News

Congratulations to MacKillop House for their tremendous win of the ‘Junior Phoenix Cup’.

On the last day of school 2016 the year 7,8 and 9 MacKillop students participated in a round robin competition against the other College Houses. A high level of enthusiastic participation and skill in all three activities; Soccer, Basketball and Netball resulted in an overall win for the magnificent MacKillop team. Well done to all of the MacKillop players for your efforts on the day and to all of the other house participants for making the day a competitive and enjoyable day for all.

Mrs Michelle Moller
MacKillop House Coordinator
MollerM@shalomcollege.com

College News

Shalom in Pictures

First Day Year 7 & 12
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First Day Year 7 & 12
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Shalom Rowing

Sports News

Welcome back to Shalom Sport for 2017!!! Shalom College is renowned for its enthusiasm, spirit and will to win and this is only achieved by encouraging maximum participation in all sports. I am looking forward to a ‘bumper’ year in sport and I wish to encourage any volunteers to contact me if you are able to assist in any way.

Summer Sport Season

The Interschool Summer Sport Competition will start on the week beginning Monday 6 February. Sign ons have been held in the first week of school with the following sports offered to the students for this year.

Summer Sports include:

Cricket - 13yrs, 15yrs & Opens
Golf
Tennis - Junior Boys and Girls, Opens Boys and Girls
Ten Pin Bowling - Year 10,11 and 12 only
Table Tennis
Touch Football - U13, U15 and Open Boys & Girls
Volleyball - U13, U15 and Open Boys & Girls
Surfing - U13, U15 and Open Boys & Girls
Rowing

Trials for these school teams (if required) will take place in Week 2. Students will need to listen to the daily school notices for more information.

BDSSS

There will be Bundaberg and District sport trials for Cricket (14yrs and Under and Open Males and 15yrs and Under Females), Golf (Males and Females), Softball (Males and Females), Squash (Males and Females), Surfing (Males and Females), Tennis (Males and Females), Touch Football (Males and Females – Open and U15) and Volleyball (Males and Females – Opens and U15) after school on Monday 6 February. Details and medical forms must be collected from me (after Wednesday 1 February) at the SPORTS OFFICE. The signed medical form will need to be presented to the coach at the trials. Students will be given all details of the Wide Bay trials for this season, which will also appear on the BDSSS web page at the link below in the next couple of weeks.

http://www.bdsss.qld.edu.au/

Championship Swimming Carnival

The Championship Swimming Carnival will be held at Norville pool on Thursday 9 February, from 2pm to 4pm. This carnival is targeted at those students who would like to gain selection in the Shalom Swim Team that will compete at the Bundy District Carnival and then on for Wide Bay selection. Age Champions will also be determined at this championship carnival.

Interhouse Swimming Carnival

The InterHouse Carnival will be held on Monday 13 February during the school day. This is predominantly a participation carnival with points allocated to Houses so that a champion House is crowned at the end of the carnival. More information about these carnivals will be in the next newsletter.

Last week as everyone returned to school, Nathan was racing at Summer Down Under in Canberra and Sydney. He produced four personal bests in Canberra and was back on the track racing in the 100, 200 & 400m in Sydney before doing the 10km race at the Rocks on Australia Day.

Congratulations Nathan – we wish you continued success through the year.

Your Sporting Fanatic
Mr Simon Gills
Sports Coordinator
GillsS@shalomcollege.com

Instrumental Music

Happy New Year and welcome to all students and their families to Shalom College and in particular, students in the Instrumental Music program.

We have another very busy year of rehearsals and performances with the first performance scheduled for mid-March. Groups to be confirmed.

Information night

This evening has been scheduled for 8 February starting at 7:00pm in the new Band Room which is the extension to the Performing Arts Precinct. We invite all parents, particularly new music students to this evening in order to meet the tutors and also to explain how the music lessons work and information regarding the performance schedule. We also welcome parents and students who would like to participate in the ‘have-a-go’ program (see below).

Lessons

All lessons start today, Monday 30 January. If your child/ren have not received their timetable, please contact me as soon as possible.

Have-a-go

This program was extremely successful in 2016 and is being offered once again starting from Term 1. If your child/ren would like to learn to play and instrument or to restart learning, please contact me as soon as possible. I will send all information including an enrolment form regarding lesson and instrument hire costs for a term.

Groups

All groups start Monday 30 January starting with the Choir in the theatre and Intermediate Jazz Band in the Band Room. Students are to arrive for rehearsal by 7:15am to help set up for a 7:30am. A copy of the rehearsal and performance schedule will be emailed during Week 2 and distributed at the Information Evening.

Please do not hesitate to contact me anytime by email.

Mrs Robyn Edgar
Arts in Performance coordinator
edgarr@shalomcollege.com

Tuckshop Roster

Monday

30 January

Help Needed Please

Tuesday

31 January

Help Needed Please

Wednesday

1 February

Leanne Grogan

Katrina O’Sullivan

Thursday

2 February

Cheryl Carroll

Merna Cook

Friday

3 February

Donna Habermann

Cianna Moore

Monday

6 February

Dianne Collins

Kym Russell

Tuesday

7 February

Suzanne Weedon-Smith

Susie Zunker

Wednesday

8 February

Ann Holliss

Thursday

9 February

Paul & Caroline Simms

Merna Cook

Friday

10 February

Michelle Arvidsson-Smith

Leah Whaleboat

Marilyn Wootton

Monday

13 February

Kathryn Hanlon

Tuesday

14 February

Cathy Duffield

Wednesday

15 February

Claire Hamilton

Sharon Pole

Thursday

16 February

Merna Cook

Jennifer Pimm

Friday

17 February

Jenny Beveridge

Shalom Sunday Markets

The Artisan Collective

This unique addition to the Shalom Markets will occur every second Sunday of the month running from 7:00am to 12:00pm in the Sports Centre.

Tuckshop Markets Roster

Sunday

4 December

6.00am - 9.30am

Glen BOYS

Jan BUNN

Trish INGALL

Susie MANT

Karen MARRIOTT

Bradley ROYAN

9.00am - 12.30pm

Lynda CROSSETT

Helen GLASS

Mark/Jas HASTER

Roselyn HUNTING

Sunday

11 December

6.00am - 9.30am

Linda ADCOCK

Peter ANDERSON

Carol BARAZZA

Lisa CHRISTIANSEN

Michael/Sally DOYLE

Nikki ELLIS

Penny GREEN

9.00am - 12.30pm

Kylie AMIES

Deborah BRIGHT

Sue/Sophia/Molly BURFITT

Kathryn CHURCH

Brenda JAY

Sunday

18 December

6.00am - 9.30am

Vince/Donna HABERMANN

Orinda MARTIN

Robert/Carol McGILL

Cheryl O’DONNELL

Louise STALLARD

Cathy WILSON

9.00am - 12.30pm

Kristine ARNOTT

Brendan/Astrid CLANCY

David/Karen HUMPHREYS

Kym MURPHY

John PAPPALARDO

Sunday

8 January

6.00am - 9.30am

Suzanne BROWN

Barbara COYNE

John DELANEY

Mechalle KIMBER

Mark MORRIS

9.00am - 12.30pm

Sharon ASTLES

Marissa BROWNE

Anne EXELBY

Linda FRANCIS

Renita SNARE

George/Jennifer WALSH

Sunday

15 January

6.00am - 9.30am

Christine BUWALDA-NICOLSON

Cheryl CAMPBELL

Richard/Fiona HAYES

Martin KELLY

Glen/Leanne KREBS

Rohan/Maddy LLOYD

9.00am - 12.30pm

Margot BOROVAC

Leonie CARIGE

Joanne GODFREY

Bruce GREEN

Kylie JOHNSTONE

Sunday

22 January

6.00am - 9.30am

Murray/Michele FLICK

Greg/Jenny JACKSON

Leslie/Heidi GEYER

Andrew LUCHT

Janelle TEST

Clarissa POINTON

Brendan/Yvette SIMPSON

Wanita STRINGER

9.00am - 12.30pm

Sharon ANDERSON

Terry/Leanne EMMITT

Sandra KILLER

Craig/Joanne KLUVER

Belinda PROSSLINER

Warren VASCHINA

Sunday

5 February

6.00am - 9.30am

Glen BOYS

Jan BUNN

Trish INGALL

Susie MANT

Karen MARRIOTT

Bradley ROYAN

9.00am - 12.30pm

Lynda CROSSETT

Helen GLASS

Mark/Jas HASTER

Roselyn HUNTING

Sunday

12 February

6.00am - 9.30am

Linda ADCOCK

Peter ANDERSON

Carol BARAZZA

Lisa CHRISTIANSEN

Michael/Sally DOYLE

Nikki ELLIS

Penny GREEN

9.00am - 12.30pm

Kylie AMIES

Deborah BRIGHT

Sue/Sophia/Molly BURFITT

Kathryn CHURCH

Brenda JAY

Sunday

19 February

6.00am - 9.30am

Vince/Donna HABERMANN

Orinda MARTIN

Robert/Carol McGILL

Cheryl O’DONNELL

Louise STALLARD

Cathy WILSON

9.00am - 12.30pm

Kristine ARNOTT

Brendan/Astrid CLANCY

David/Karen HUMPHREYS

Kym MURPHY

John PAPPALARDO

Markets BBQ Roster

5 February

Relay for Life

12 February

Japan Trip

19 February

Cambodia Trip

26 February

Japan Trip

5 March

Rowing Nationals

Community Notice Board

Date Claimer - Bundaberg Catholic Schools Race Day

The 2017 Race Day will be held on Saturday 18 March. We look forward to your continued support of this annual fun day out for the Catholic Schools Community.

Bundaberg & District Table Tennis Association

United Park Eagles Football Club 2017 Sign On

Netball Sign On

Want to join our Brothers Netball Family this year? We are now accepting registrations for the 2017 season. We are extending invitations to anyone 8 years and over who would love to have fun and make friends playing netball. Head over to our website at the link below you will find the online registration form.

http://www.brothersbundaberg.qld.netball.com.au

We will be holding a ‘sign on / uniform try on day’ on Sunday 5 February in the Shamrock room at the Brothers Sports Club from 10am until 2pm. If you have any questions please email us at brothersnetballclub@gmail.com

NOTICEBOARD

19 Apr 2017 - 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

17 May 2017 - 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

26 Jul 2017 - 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

16 Aug 2017 - 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

05 Sep 2017 - 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM