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Bundaberg QLD 4670

Phone: 07 4155 8111

3 June 2019

Principal’s Reflection

Last Monday night we enjoyed a great presentation from journalist and author, Madonna King who wrote, “Fathers & Daughters – helping girls and their dads build unbreakable bonds”. In her summation, she reminded us that it is never too late for Dads to build relationships with their daughters. She gave her ‘top ten’ tips for Dads who want to rebuild or maintain great connections with their girls –

  1. Love her unconditionally – make sure she knows that love is stronger than any other emotion that might pull you away from her
  2. A father has the power to build a girl’s confidence or crush it. Value her opinion even if it is different to yours
  3. Whether you live under the same roof or not, you have a responsibility to be there – really be there.
  4. Pick an interest or a project and develop it with her – build memories together.
  5. Don’t fix her problems; listen to her and teach her the skills to evaluate and make good decisions.
  6. A daughter is not weaker or more vulnerable than her brother. She is different but not inferior. Be ambitious for her.
  7. A father is a girl’s prime role model for men. She will learn what to expect from men from you and by how you treat her mother and other women.
  8. Take your daughter on dates, by herself…make sure she knows that the bond you have with her is special
  9. Fathers offer their daughters lessons and skills their mothers cannot (and the opposite is true as well). You can be both a provider and a parent.
  10. Talk. Communicate. Say things. Remember that males and females communicate in different ways.

For what it is worth, my gut feeling would be that much of the above will apply for Dads as they also build relationships with their sons as well. We blokes can think, very mistakenly, that our role is limited to providing a home and lifestyle instead of building lasting relationships.

Madonna King's book, "Fathers & Daughters – helping girls and their dads build unbreakable bonds” is available for purchase at Dymocks Book Store, Bourbong St, Bundaberg.

Samuel Johnson at Shalom – the next event sponsored by the Shalom Parents & Friends will be on Thursday 13 June when Samuel Johnson will speak to parents at 7pm. Sam is in Bundaberg for the “Love Your Sister” dinner on Friday 14 June. Tickets are available for the Rainbows and Lollipops Charity Gala Dinner at Samuel is a well known actor and recent winner of ‘Dancing with the Stars’. Following the tragic death of his own sister to Cancer, Sam has committed himself to raising awareness of Cancer in society and to raise funds for research. If at all possible, buy a ticket to the Dinner and come, with your friends, to the presentation on Thursday night. Sam will also speak to our students on Assembly on the Thursday.

The Year 12 Formal was an outstanding success on Saturday night. Every Mum and Dad present would have been very proud of their daughters and sons. It was, as always, a beautiful night and I am enormously grateful to all the staff who gave their time to ensure its success – especially Mrs Austin-Campbell and Ms Jo Medcalf.

Showcase is on this week. I have absolutely no doubt that this will be another outstanding production from the parts of the show I have seen. If you want to witness a great piece of entertainment, don’t miss booking your ticket.

Mr Dan McMahon

Student Welfare and Information

Dear Parents and Caregiver of our Year 12 students,

I hope you enjoyed the night at our Formal. Our young ladies and young men were outstanding. However, a night such as this comes with many people giving very generously of their time.

Thank you to all the Year 11 students who gave so generously of their time to help out with the Year 12 Formal. I had about 20 students showing parents to their tables and a crew of students opening the car doors for the seniors. There were quite a number of hospitality students working in the kitchen for Across the Waves who do the catering.

Another group of Year 10 students helped to put 490 chairs covers on 490 chairs! A job well done Year 10.

Thank you also to the staff who assisted the students with the ushering. Our two announcers also did an excellent job.

I know the students are always appreciative of the staff who attend on the night as it adds to their night. So thank you to those staff.

Mrs Elizabeth Austin-Campbell
Deputy Principal

Year 12 Exams

Year 12 End of Semester Exams Monday 24 June – Friday 28 June

See link below to the Year 12 End of Semester Exam Timetable. Please note that Year 12 will have home study during the exam block. Students, if you know you will be absent for your exam, you must see your classroom teacher as soon as possible with appropriate documentation (ie medical certificate or statuary declaration) to organise an alternative exam time.

Mr Brendan Maher
Assistant Principal – Administration


QCS Test Preparation

Parents of Year 12 students intending to sit the QCS Test, and Year 12 students who are OP-eligible or who have not completed paperwork indicating an intention not to sit, are advised that a practice test is scheduled for Wednesday 5 June and Thursday 6 June. The QCS Practice will mirror the QCS Test to be held on Tuesday 3 September and Wednesday 4 September.

On the first day students will sit the Writing Task (2 hours plus perusal time) in the morning. The first Multiple Choice paper (90 minutes plus perusal) will run in the afternoon.

On the second day, students will sit the Short Response Items subtest (2 hours plus perusal) followed by the second Multiple Choice paper (90 minutes plus perusal).

Students are reminded that specific equipment is required for the different subtests, as described in the QCS Test magazine issued this year. An equipment list and schedule will be posted on Student Café and in Parent Lounge.

OP-ineligible students who have returned Memorandum of Understanding forms signalling an intention not to sit the test indicated upon signing that they would devote the days to work placements and study. Year 12 classes will not run over the two days.

Students sitting the test are expected to attend, in full school uniform and properly groomed, for the duration of the two days. An early dismissal may be possible on the second day.

Please feel free to email or call if you have any questions.


The Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (the national data collection) is an annual collection that counts the number of school students receiving an adjustment due to disability and the level of adjustment they are receiving to access education on the same basis as other students.

The link below is to a factsheet for parents and carers.

Year 11 New QCE

Year 11 students are approaching the end of work on Unit 1 in General and Applied school subjects. During week 6 students sat a number of examinations that were the final assessment tasks for the first unit of study.

QCAA issued a brochure about the QCE that was given to Year 11 students to take home. Within the brochure is a letter from the Minister for Education. Please check with your son or daughter to locate the brochure and read about the QCE; about Access Arrangements and Reasonable Adjustments; and to find some details of resources relating to careers and tertiary study.

Ms Katherine Nelson
Assistant Principal – Curriculum

Year 7 Camp

Year 7 Camp 2018

Our Year 7 Camps are underway at our Chaverim Campus! Last weeks classes had a wonderful time. Here is what our remaining Year 7 Students can expect over their three days at camp! Don’t forget the equipment list and program can be found on our website -



Preferred option is Email or Phone Absentee line 41558181

ALL student absentees should be notified to the office by 9am each day. If no notification has been received, an absentee text message will be sent out to parents to advise of the student’s absence.


2019 Bundaberg Business and Careers Showcase

Over 50 Year 10 and 12 students recently took advantage of the opportunity to attend the Bundaberg Business and Careers Showcase held at the Bundaberg Multiplex. Students gained valuable information from a range of exhibitors and learnt about career pathways in Agriculture, Business and Finance, Childcare, Disability and Health, Fitness, Defence, Universities, TAFE, Training, Employment, Manufacturing, Police, Retail and much more.

We received this email from a parent of a Year 10 student who attended the Careers Showcase:

‘I just wanted to thank you for giving my son the opportunity to attend the careers expo yesterday. He found it incredibly valuable and has opened some great discussions at home’

Work Experience

In the last school holidays, Year 11 student, Grace Trebbin, participated in work experience at the Alexandra Park Zoo. Grace thoroughly enjoyed her placement and it has confirmed her goal to pursue a career working with animals in the future.

Grace said: Working at the Alexandra Park Zoo for the week was one of the most amazing things that I did all holidays. Some of my favourite moments there were walking and getting to help train the dingoes, and when I got to hang with the Emus and to give them a bath was really cool. I really enjoyed every moment, meeting new people and hanging out with all the animals in the zoo.

Work experience is a great opportunity for students to explore their passion and understand what is expected in the workplace, while developing skills outside the classroom. Shalom would like to thank Bundaberg Regional Council for their collaboration and support in providing this industry engagement.

Have you considered A Career in Rail?

There are numerous employment opportunities in the rail industry, and they’re not all about driving trains. If you are considering a pathway to engineering, infrastructure, IT, maintenance, operations, etc., why not take a look at Rail Careers?

CQ University Bundaberg Year 10 Uni Experience Day

CQ University Experience Day is a valuable opportunity for Year 10 students to experience a day on campus in the life of a university student and get a taste of post-school study. This is particularly relevant, considering our Year 10 students will be choosing their senior subjects next term.

Students will have the opportunity to explore two study options of interest and participate in interactive, hands-on sessions delivered by CQUni teaching staff.

Study areas available to choose from include:

  • Aviation
  • Business and Accounting
  • Digital Media and Professional Communication
  • Education (Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary)
  • Engineering
  • Health (Including, Nursing and Occupational Therapy)
  • Psychology
  • Science and Environment
  • Social Work
  • Transport Safety Sciences (Including Accident Forensics and Occupational Health and Safety)

Other highlights of CQ University Experience Day include hearing about pathways to university and in-school study options, plus students will get a glimpse into the social and cultural aspects of university, find out about study support and scholarships, and get all their questions answered by the friendly CQ University staff and students.

Shalom will be running a bus to this event on Wednesday, 19 June. All Year 10 students and their families have been emailed the link to register for this event. If you need any further information, please contact the Pathways Office.

2019 Twilight University Expo

Be sure to mark on your calendar the Shalom Twilight University Expo on Thursday 20 June from 3pm-6pm in the Sports Centre. This event is free and is open to every high school in the Bundaberg and the wider community. We are excited to be welcoming most of the big name universities along with residential colleges to gather at once in our regional area.

The timing is perfect for current Year 10’s choosing their senior subjects, Year 11’s who may have pathway questions and Year 12’s in preparation for their QTAC applications. Feel free to share this open invitation with your friends, the Expo is open to all young people in our district and we look forward to the support of our Shalom and broader community.


Mrs Liza O’Donnell
Pathways Coordinator

Quiet Achiever

Year 7 student Amelia Walsh has had a fantastic start to her time at Shalom College. She was victorious in all of her races at the Swimming Carnival. She achieved age champion for long distance running and has trials for Wide Bay. She also provided her very hungry PC with pancakes on Shrove Tuesday! Amelia continues to work hard in all lessons, produce the best results she can and support everyone around her. Amelia is an asset to the House and we are very proud of her.

Amelia Walsh

Mr Aaron Brown
Chisholm House Coordinator

Reconciliation Week 27 May- 3 June

“GROUNDED IN TRUTH: Walk Together with Courage.

What is Reconciliation? It is about strengthening relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples, for the benefit of all Australians.

There is 5 dimensions to measure reconciliation by: Race relations is one of those five dimensions that Reconciliation Australia uses to define and measure reconciliation.

At the heart of reconciliation is the relationship between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. To achieve reconciliation, we need to develop strong relationships built on trust and respect, and that are free of racism. This requires that we understand and value Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture, rights and experiences.

Almost all Australians believe the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians is important and that cultural diversity makes us stronger. Yet too often this goodwill is not reflected in behaviours.


Let us learn about Australian history, honestly and holistically addressing past injustices and serving as an “end-point to a history of wrongdoing”, allowing for healing so relationships can grow stronger.

For many Australians, the truths of our nation’s history since colonisation was not typically taught in schools or universities, or it was taught in ways that marginalise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices and perspectives. As a result, many Australians remain unaware or uninformed of injustices committed against Australia’s First Nations peoples, and how these past wrongs continue to have an impact on them today.

So engaging in reconciliation involves ongoing learning and reflection, which may involve a process of “unlearning” and “relearning”.

Every year more Australians are wanting to learn, and are learning, about our nation’s histories both before and after colonisation. Children and young people in schools now have the opportunity to learn about historical events and experiences such as the Frontier Wars and the Stolen Generations, along with stories of the strength and resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


Mrs Kelli Corey
Indigenous Coordinator

2019 Science and Mathematics Competitions

This year Shalom College students have the opportunity to participate in the following national and international competitions:

  • ICAS Science Competition: Thursday 5 September
  • Australian Mathematics Competition: Thursday 1 August

Students are assessed against other students in the same school year, state and country. The competitions are designed to be a fun event, removed from the pressures of formal assessment with problems and questions designed to stimulate the interest of students. All students receive a certificate showing their level of achievement and a detailed report outlining their performance.

If your student would like to participate in either the ICAS Science Competition or the Australian Mathematics competition parents need to log into Parent Lounge and accept and pay through Tours and Excursions. Please completed by Monday 10 June (Maths competition) and Friday 6 August (Science Competition).

Competition Fees: ICAS Science Competition $14.50 per student
AMC Competition $6.50 per student

If you have any questions regarding any of the above competitions please contact me via email:

Mrs Debbie Bishop
Competition Coordinator

Library News

Announcing the inaugural First Draft Literature Festival and Writing Competition!

On Friday 9 August the First Draft Literature Festival will be held here at Shalom College.

Over the course of the day, participating students will take part in workshops and presentations run by four published local and interstate authors – AJ Betts, Kate McCaffrey, Rachel Nobel and Glenn Ryan. Thanks to the support of the College, the Shalom College P and F, Dymocks Bundaberg and Bundaberg Regional Libraries, the cost for Shalom students to register is only $5 each.

A creative writing competition will also be running for Shalom students as part of the Festival. Details will be in daily notices and the Newsletter next week.

Places will be limited and registrations will be opening next week. Stay tuned for more information and please direct any questions about this amazing opportunity to Miss Davis or Mrs Hume.

Miss Wendy Davis
Teacher Librarian/English Teacher

Internet Safety

Instrumental Music

Rhapsody Rotorua 2020

I have sent out information and an expression of interest form to all music students. I would like to take primarily a vocal group of 20 - 25 students but need the expression of interest form returned by 7 June before a meeting is called to answer all questions re the tour. The 20-25 singers do not need to be currently in choir – they could be students who have a love of singing and travel. In addition, if there are enough students to make up a small string, woodwind or mixed instrumental group for example, that would be a great addition to our performance commitments in Rotorua. Please contact me as soon as possible if you need more information.

Rhapsody Rotorua group from 2014 Tour

Diocesan Music Camp

We have a record 39 students attending the music camp this year. An information letter re payments and rules etc has been emailed. Please contact me if you didn’t receive the email.

Queensland Catholic Schools Festival

Information will be emailed soon in relation to this annual trip to Brisbane for Senior Instrumental Groups and Choir.


If your child/ren are unable to attend a rehearsal, please send an email to the conductor or to myself and I will forward.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for any query in relation to the Instrumental Music Department.

Showcase 2019

Join us for Showcase 2019!

With an extravaganza of Shalom College’s best dance, drama and musical acts along with a contemporary visual art display in the Performing Arts Precinct foyer, Showcase 2019 is an arts night not to be missed!

Hear from the 2019 Shalom Choir along with other big band performances. See an array of dance and drama acts, including solo performances and the newly created Shalom Elite Dance Performance Team. The night will conclude with a spectacular musical theatre act!


Showcase 2019 is not to be missed!

Friday 7 and Saturday 8 June 2019 at 7.00pm at the Shalom College Performing Arts Precinct.

TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE UNTIL 3PM THURSDAY 6 JUNE $15 Adults & $12 Students/Concession.

Limited tickets will be available on the door on the night for $16 Adults & $13 Students/Concession.

*If students participating in the show would like to watch the performance, they need to purchase a ticket. They will only be able to watch the act that they are not in, as they cannot be entering/exiting the theatre between performances (i.e. if students are only in Act One, they can watch Act Two, but they will have to purchase a seat for the whole performance).

Tickets are only available online through Flexischools:

IMPORTANT: it is recommended to use a DESKTOP when using the Flexischool’s site to purchase tickets – it is easier to select your preferred seats. You can use your mobile to purchase tickets, however make sure you select “Full Site” on your mobile browser.

Please save the digital tickets on your phone or print out for entry to the event on the night.

Mrs Robyn Edgar
Instrumental Music Coordinator


Table Tennis

On Saturday 25 May, Shalom competed in the Queensland Schools Regional Table Tennis Competition. Amelia Tu, Year 8 and Tahia Zia, Year 8 won the junior girls division, placing first, while Braydon Chapman, Year 9 and Liam Bury, Year 9 placed second in the junior boys division, going down in a tightly contested final. Both teams gave their best and were humble in their achievements. We wish them well as they journey to Brisbane on Friday 28 June to represent Shalom at the State Table Tennis Finals.

Tahia Zia, Amelia Tu, Braydon Chapman and Liam Bury

Mr Craig Sologinkin


Congratulations to our Shalom team who defeated Bundaberg High 3-1 recently in the Bill Turner Cup match at Martens Oval.

Mr Adam Knott

Rugby League

It was a disappointing day for Shalom in the third round of the BDSSS Rugby League Broncos Challenge with all three of our teams which played losing, our Year 7’s being pipped by Bundaberg High 6-4, our Year 9’s going down to Kepnock 34-0 and our Opens gallant in a 12-6 defeat at the hands of Bundaberg High.

With a place in the Wide Bay Northern Conference Open Division Greg Smith Cup final at stake, Bundaberg High struck twice early on with back-to-back tries, scored on both wings to lead 10-0, but Shalom regrouped to keep them try-less for the last 30 minutes, and the boys got back to within four points with interchange front rower Liam Morrison crashing over for his second try in two matches in the 29th minute and five-eighth Bradley Clarke adding the extras.

Bundaberg High stretched their lead to six points with a penalty five minutes later, but Shalom continued to attack and went close a few times, only to be denied by a strong defence, and they ultimately did not get the chance to hunt for a late equaliser with disappointingly, play stopped with one minute left on the clock when an opposition player went down with a cramp and action did not resume.

Hard working No. 12 Aaron Cunnington was absolutely outstanding, including with 18 bruising tackles, and he was a clear winner of the Man of the Match and Players’ Player awards, while fellow second rower Connor Black and rugged centre Darcy Clarke were other stand-outs, and fullback Jake Bonus did everything in his power to lift the side, but the team will rue “the one that got away” after their slow start cost them the match.

Open Player of the Match and Players’ Player Aaron Cunnington

Shalom Year 9 coach Mr Tobin named barnstorming front rowers Ronan Dempsey and Coen Searl, together with five-eighth Mitchell Sly, as their best.

Shalom’s Year 7’s made a good start with tough front rower Joseph Doyle crossing in the fourth minute, and they produced many more fine passages of attack, but unfortunately they were unable to finish off any of them, and Bundaberg High secured victory with a converted try in the 26th minute. Coach Mr O’Driscoll said fullback Kobi Holden had another excellent all-round game, along with halfback Dane Zardus and Joseph Doyle.

Open: Bundaberg High 12 d Shalom 6 (Liam Morrison try, Bradley Clarke).
Year 9: Kepnock 34 d Shalom 0.
Year 7: Bundaberg High 6 d Shalom 4 (Joseph Doyle try).

Mr Vincent Habermann

Sporting Shooters Combined Services State Championships

Year 8 student Angus Watson recently competed in the Sporting Shooters Combined Services State Championships at Bundaberg SSAA range. Over the three day competition Angus was awarded 9 silver medals and a gold medal for handgun Rapid Fire 25 metres.

Angus’s fellow shooters spoke highly of his behaviour on and off the range. Angus was pleased to be competing in the sport of his choice at a high level event - it was a bonus for him to be rewarded for his efforts.

Angus has been invited to the 2020 CS State Championships in Rockhampton and is very keen to improve his PB in the pistol and sniper events.

Mr Simon Gills
Sports Coordinator

Where are they now?

Name: Andrew Crane

Graduating year: 2013

Subjects studied: Ancient History, Drama, English, IT, Math A, Studies of Religion

Current role: Prop and Graphics Fabricator for Screen – Small Business Owner

What qualifications and work experience have you gained since graduating high school?

BFA: Interactive & Visual Design - QUT

Master’s in Production Design for Screen – VCA

I have produced props and graphics for numerous productions on-set and through my small business.

What has been the most rewarding, challenging or interesting experience in your study or work so far?

Transitioning from study to work has been a challenging but rewarding experience for me. Finding and growing the skills that make me unique within the local screen industry has prompted diversification across several disciplines that include CAD, VR, 3D printing and laser cutting.

Much of the current industry is still comprised of the old guard who is either clueless to what these technologies can offer them or terrified that it may replace them. Having the opportunity to produce props for productions and share how additive manufacturing can enhance the work of traditional craftsmen, as opposed to replacing them, has been a rewarding and unique experience.

How did your senior studies contribute or impact on your tertiary study and/or career choices?

None of my senior year subject choices at Shalom directly translated into what I do now - I think saying otherwise would be a rather fantastic statement for me to make - however there were two things at Shalom that did heavily affect what I do today.

The first was my involvement in extra-curricular activities. Shalom Day, as well as numerous other cultural events, grew my character and leadership skills immensely and encouraged my creativity. The emphasis that the Shalom community puts on its cultural activities is extremely special and granted me memories which I will cherish for the rest of my life.

The second was the undying support and kindness shown to me by many of my teachers. Their passion for their work made me excited about my study and assignments. Fiercely intelligent people like Mrs. Bolam, Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Wedemeyer (to name just a few of my wonderful teachers) encouraged my creativity within the classroom and truly shaped who I am today.

Can you identify one invaluable thing that you learned at Shalom?

The importance of community. The Shalom community is so unlike any that I have since been a part of. When my father died, years after leaving Shalom, many of my teachers and my principal attended his funeral – I was even invited back to the school for a short liturgy in honour of him, held by my house (Chisholm). This was an extremely moving experience that emphasised how special this community is. Surrounding yourself with positive people who believe in you and cheer you on is so essential.

What advice can you offer to current students interested in your field?

The first thing you notice when working on a film or tv show is that almost everyone surrounding you exudes passion, dedication, and skill. All three traits are non-optional if you want to make it in this industry. Your passion results in the continual growth of your skills, dedication means that rejection fails to phase you and skill serves as the outlet for your unique, artistic perspective.

Art departments in the local screen industry are booming and are undoubtedly more accessible than acting, directing or cinematography. If you are serious about this sort of this work, finding the time to hone your skills and gain new ones will put you leaps and bounds ahead of most of the competition.

CAD is a skill that I would strongly recommend for almost any aspiring designer. Being able to envision and 3D print your designs quickly is extremely empowering and makes you employable in a wealth of different industries. Rhino is the package I use in my own business and is used at Warner Brothers Studios, but Fusion360 is a great free alternative.

It is almost impossible to predict how your study will translate into work. The best and most clichéd advice I can give is to find your passion and pursue it. The film industry is historically hard to crack, and many people might tell you to do something else or to come up with an alternative in case it doesn’t work out. You’ll know that this is the industry for you when you explain to them that there isn’t one.

Uniform Shop

Rugby League playing shorts and Rugby League Socks are now in stock and are available for purchase at the Uniform Shop. The shorts are $35 each, socks $12 each, payment options include…. Eftpos, cash or credit card payment via phone.

All enquiries call Leanne 4155 8121

Date Claimers

Tuesday 4 June

Year 7 Camp 5

Year 7 Camp 6

Wide Bay Cross Country – Maryborough

P & F Meeting

Wednesday 5 June

Year 7 Camp 5

Year 7 Camp 6

Year 7 Camp 7

Year 12 QCS Trial Test

Thursday 6 June

Year 7 Camp 6

Year 7 Camp 7

BDPSS 10 -12 Year T&F

Year 12 QCS Trial Test

Friday 7 June

Year 7 Camp 7

BDPSS 10 -12 Year T&F

Showcase Gala Evening (PAP)

Saturday 8 June

Showcase Gala Evening (PAP)

Term Dates for 2019

Term 1
Term 2
Term 3
Term 4

29 January – 5 April
23 April – 28 June
15 July – 20 September
8 October – 6 December


Breakfast is now available in the tuckshop for purchase each morning 8:00am – 8:30am.

Items include

  • Bacon & Egg Muffins - $3.50
  • Ham & Cheese Croissant - $3.50
  • Porridge & Cereal - $3 (self-service option with milk and bowl & cutlery are supplied)
  • Fresh Fruit - $1 (seasonal fruits such as; Bananas, Apples, Mandarins etc)

Plus, the already available items of Yoghurt Pots, Up n Go drinks & Flavoured Milk

Students who train before school need to consider utilising the breakfast menu to replenish energy lost during their training sessions, however must be dressed appropriately before entering the tuckshop and must not be late for class.

Tuckshop Roster


28 May

Help Needed Please


29 May

Help Needed Please


30 May

Bundaberg Show Holiday


31 May

Help Needed Please


3 June

Bethany Swadling


4 June

Help Needed Please


5 June

Tia Booth


6 June

Melanie Forey

Merna Cook


7 June

Help Needed Please

Shalom Sunday Markets

New Stallholders Welcome – Please contact Peter Barone 0438 446 269

Markets Tuckshop Roster

Sunday 2 June 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Kath Clarke

Meegan Dorgan

Danielle Morrish

Gabrielle Norman

Helen Robinson

9:00am – 12:30pm

Michelle Haase

Tenille Nagas

Maryanne Taylor

Sunday 9 June 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Lisa Hughes

Roselyn Hunting

Susie Mant

9:00am – 12:30pm

Emma Jansen

Jas Haster

Rebecca Schneider

Marie Walker

Markets BBQ Roster

Sunday 9 June

Europe Trip

Trish Allen & Penny McKeown

Sunday 16 June

Cane 2 Coral

Vince Habermann

Sunday 23 June


Jenny Hawe

Sunday 30 June

St Joseph's P & F

Gemma Bush

Sunday 7 July

St Joseph's P & F

Gemma Bush

Sunday 14 July

East Bundaberg Rotary

David Baldry

Sunday 21 July

Kepnock Scouts

Chris Jansen

Community Notice Board

Parish Bulletin

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