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9 Fitzgerald Street
Bundaberg QLD 4670

Phone: 07 4155 8111

12 August 2019

Principal’s Reflection

Principal’s Reflection

For all of us long-suffering supporters of the Wallaby’s, Saturday night’s win against the All Blacks was a real treat. Even better that they were able to play as well as they did in the ‘post Israel Falou’ era. Israel has given us plenty to think about this year beyond his Rugby – freedom of religion, freedom of expression, contract law. All of this following his social media post where he claimed that most of us are headed for Hell. In that post, Israel listed a range of sins and human failings and claimed that anyone guilty of these and who did not repent, would burn in Hell. In fairness, the fact that he included Homosexuality in the list, probably attracted the most attention. Beyond the original post, the aspect of this episode that offended me most was that there were many, like Alan Jones on 2GB, in defending Israel’s right to say what he did, argued that he was just quoting Scripture and that all Christians would support him. I find that really offensive. I profess to be Christian and I have a passing interest in Scripture. I find Israel’s interpretation of Scripture to really lack any serious scholarship. I do not want to be grouped, as a Christian, with an interpretation of Scripture that would permit someone to treat others disrespectfully or stand in judgement on them. Last week this issue was inflamed by the actions of Israel’s cousin, Josiah, who was employed at a Catholic school in Sydney and described the Catholic Church as “the synagogue of Satan”. Reportedly, he went on to say, “Look at Catholic doctrine, almost 100 per cent of it is false and is filled with lies,” Josiah wrote. “The blasphemous Catholic Mass is a paganistic ritual rooted in hearsay, evil and devil worship. Roman Catholicism is masked devil worship.”

It would just make God weep to see those who say they want to embrace the teaching and life and inspiration of Jesus not be able to sit with each other and find what is common rather than focus on differences. Sr Joan Chittister, Benedictine nun and author said, “Beware the religion that turns you against another one. It's unlikely that it's really religion at all.”

I have no doubt that both Israel & Josiah are really good men and love God. I hope that in their study of scripture that they spend as much time reflecting on The Sermon on the Mount and the Parable of the Prodigal Son as they do studying the Old Testament texts of Leviticus and Deuteronomy.

External Exams will be a part of life for us all in 2020. The introduction of external assessment in General subjects is a key feature of the new QCE system. To give school communities a sense of what external assessment will be like, the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) has published sample papers on its website at the link below:

They're located in the Assessment tab on each syllabus page.

We will incorporate these sample resources in our teaching and learning program to help our students prepare for next year. In the meantime, students and parents are encouraged to view the sample papers. An information sheet for parents and students is also available on the QCAA website.

Relay for Life saw well over 100 Shalom students join thousands of other Bundaberg community members at the Showgrounds last weekend. It is great to see so many young people prepared to give their time and energy for a wonderful cause – one that touches so many of us. Very grateful for the staff who gave their time to make this event happen especially coordinators, Mr Vince Habberman and Ms Cheryl Peterson.

Remember to Invite all Grandparents to Shalom Day on August 22. Our Liturgy will commence at 10am and will be followed by Morning Tea.

Mr Dan McMahon

Newsletter Articles

Shalom Day

Shalom Day is on Thursday 22 August. Have you asked your grandparents to come along? The arrangements for the day have changed as Bishop Michael is keen to attend. The Liturgy, that grandparents are invited to, will now be at 10 am. This will be followed by Morning Tea and the Jazz Band performing their favourite pieces.

Students are able to wear free dress for the day as there will be no classes. We ask that everyone bring a gold coin for the privilege and this money will go to charities and causes decided by each House. Appropriate dress please – no short shorts, crop tops or singlet tops. Closed in shoes need to be worn also.

Program for Shalom Day

8:40 to 9:50

House Dance Practice

10:00 to 11:00

Liturgy followed by plaque presentations for long serving staff

11:00 to 11:30

Distribution of Cake then tuckshop will be open and we will be entertained by the Jazz Band.

11:30 to 12:30

Shalom’s Got Talent

12:30 to 1:00


1:00 to 1:50

Rehearse dance in House areas

1:55 to 2:50

Dance Competition

Date changes

Due to changes that had to be made within our academic program we have moved the date of our Academic Awards evening to Wednesday 13 November.

The Year 12 Graduation Liturgy and Morning Tea is as stated in the calendar, Thursday 14 November. Traditionally we have started the Liturgy at 9am but this year we will commence at 10 am, followed by a Morning Tea in the Performing Arts Precinct.

The Year 9 and 10 Reflection Days, with David and Katie Kobler from Choicez, are now on 4 and 5 September and the Parent Information Night is Wednesday 4 September. Year 10 will attend on 4 September and Year 9 on 5 September.

Mrs Mary Taylor
Assistant Principal – Mission



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.

First Draft Festival – 9 August

Shalom’s First Draft Festival was held on Friday with just over 90 students participating in a full day of author talks and interactive workshops with four wonderful visiting authors.

We were extremely fortunate to be visited by writers, AJ Betts, Kate McCaffrey, Rachel Noble and Glenn Ryan who were extremely generous in sharing their stories of their own writing journeys to becoming published authors.

AJ, Kate, Rachel and Glenn also asked our students to try some creative writing activities during their sessions, and gave wonderful advice and tips for improving their writing. Students also had the opportunity to ask questions of the authors and it was fantastic to hear so many insightful thoughts and ideas flowing back and forth. The day flew by which we all know is the sign of fun being had!

Finally, we also announced the winners of the First Draft Writing Competition.

The winners for 2019 are:

Year 7-9 PoemNicholas McMahon
Year 7-9 Short StoryLucy Alcorn
Year 10-12 PoemBella Little
Year 10-12 Short StoryHannah Hayes

Congratulations to those students and to all the students from years 7 -12 who entered their writing in the competition. Well done! It was very difficult for our judge, Jaala Beauchamp, Youth Services Librarian at Bundaberg Regional Libraries to choose the winners.

Huge thank you and rounds of applause to the following:

Bundaberg Regional Libraries and Dymocks Bundaberg for providing the prizes (books and gift vouchers) for the writing competition.
Shalom College’s P and F for supporting the First Draft Festival, in particular in assisting us to bring the authors to Bundaberg for the day.
Mr Brown for supervising students and attending sessions with our students during the day.
Administration and Finance staff for assisting with the behind scenes set up, marking of rolls and keeping track of attending students
AV and IT staff for helping us to make sure all the presentations were ready to go in the Theatre, Loyola and Beerarlem.
AV staff for interviewing and filming during the day
The staff in the tuckshop for keeping our authors well fed
The Gappies who assisted with set up the day before the Festival
Special shoutout to AJ Vaschina for her willing help and generous assistance over the last few weeks

And last but not least, thank you to Kim Toll for her organisation and attention to every detail, ensuring that the day ran smoothly and successfully.

Our authors with First Draft Festival students

Year 8 Students with AJ Betts

Miss Wendy Davis and Ms Louise Hume

Shalom College on Instagram

Shalom College is now on Instagram!

Make sure you follow our page to stay up to date.

Year 12 Formal Photos - Shalom College Media Store

New Year 12 parents have received an email from IT with new account details for the Media Store.

Year 12 students have received an email from IT with new account details for the Media Store.

Existing parents should have received an email with their account details (in 2018)

If you can not find the email or have forgotten your password ;

  1. Login into Parent Lounge/ Student Café
  2. Find “Year 12 Formal Photos” in Daily Notices, click on the link
  3. Sign in (using your e-mail address – select “forgotten password” and an e-mail will be sent for you to reset your password if required.
  4. Click on Shop
  5. And choose Year 12 Formal 2019

Digital copies are $3 each- no hard copies are available, families can print themselves once they have purchased the digital copy.

Mrs Georgia Halpin
Community Relations Officer


Year 12 QTAC Information Session

Year 12’s please mark this very important date in your calendar. QTAC specialist staff will conduct an information session at Shalom, designed particularly for Year 12 students and their parents. The presentation will be held at 3.30pm on Monday 19 August in the Performing Arts Theatre. Year 12 students considering a tertiary pathway should make this a priority to attend.

Topics will include:

  • How to apply through QTAC
  • Entry requirements
  • Ordering preferences
  • Pathways
  • Important dates and deadlines
  • EAS scheme
  • Adjustment factors
  • For further information see the QTAC website

The Rise of Female Tradies

When thinking of mechanics, carpenters or electricians, many of us will find ourselves picturing well-built men sporting coveralls and work belts, which isn’t surprising considering that women account for just around 2% of tradespeople in Australia.

But although men still greatly outnumber women in most skilled trades jobs, the number of female tradies has been slowly rising in recent years, which is a good thing not just for women, but for Australia’s economic growth too.

Local employment organisation East Coast Apprenticeships are working towards addressing this issue with their ‘Females in Trades’ mentorship program. See more information at the following link.

Shalom is very proud of our own ‘Tradie Lady’, Delvina Stewart who graduated in 2018 and is now completing her full time Certificate III Engineering Apprenticeship.

Below is a link to some interesting facts, resources, information and tips for making it as female tradie in a male dominated industry.

Delvina Stewart

ADFA Open Day VIP Experience Winner

Year 11 student, Jack Brophy, has won an Australia wide competition in the ultimate Australian Defence Force Academy Open Day VIP Experience in Canberra on 23-24 August. With over 3,800 entries, Jack was chosen as one of the lucky three winners.

As part of the jam-packed prize, Jack will tour UNSW Canberra’s world-class facilities, fire a weapon on an indoor simulation range, take a ride in a military helicopter, view various aerial displays, spend one-on-one time with ADFA students, get his hands on ADF equipment as well as lots of other amazing activities.

Jack Brophy

Congratulations Jack, we hope you have a fantastic time and enjoy this incredible experience!

University News

Open Days

16 Aug

Southern Cross University, Coffs Harbour

17 Aug

Southern Cross University, Lismore

18 Aug

Southern Cross University, Gold Coast

18 Aug

International College of Hotel Management, Adelaide

18 Aug

University of Queensland, Gatton

18 Aug

University of Southern Queensland

Mrs Liza O’Donnell
Pathways Coordinator

Internet Safety

Quiet Achiever

    Emilie Petts

Emilie Petts

Our Chisholm Quiet Achiever this week is Year 7 student Emilie Petts. Emilie is a delightful student with a desire to do her very best in everything she does. Apart from excellent academic results, she has supported all events as a house member. Emilie’s musical endeavours are clearly impressive, including her recent attendance as a musical ‘buddy’ at a local primary school music camp. Talented, kind and modest, we are proud to have Emilie as an integral teammate in Chisholm House.

Mr Aaron Brown
Chisholm House Coordinator

Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award – Practice Adventurous Journey

On the first weekend in August, 4 shalom students from years 9 & 10 joined with 4 Kepnock SHS students to complete their practice Adventurous journey.

The journey started early Saturday morning with students setting up their campsite by the river at Chaverim Outdoor Education and Environment Centre.

Students had to erect tents and set up cooking areas. Saturday afternoon was spent on the river learning important canoeing skills such as paddling skills and righting a capsized canoe.

Saturday night participants worked in pairs to cook their evening meal on trangias before settling in around a roaring campfire of their own making. A big thank you to Mr Adrian Stallard for his tuition on building fires and his generous supply of firewood. Roasting marshmallows and making smores ended the day perfectly.

Sunday morning found students up bright and early to cook a hearty breakfast and pack up the camping site before heading off up the river. An 8 km canoe up the Burnet River was on the agenda. Beautiful weather made for a lovely day with a well-earned lunchbreak at the halfway point. The trip back was a little harder with a slight headwind against us for most of the way.

Students departed for home at 3pm weary but looking forward to completing their final Adventurous journey in early October at Monduran Dam. A big thank you also to Janet Lindsay, our volunteer award leader and canoeing instructor. Without her the program would not be possible.

Mrs Debbie Bishop
Duke of Ed Co-ordinator

Science Week

Let us Celebrate…..

National Science Week is the annual opportunity for Australians from all walks of life to meet scientists, do science, discuss the hot topics and celebrate discoveries.

Students will have the opportunity to celebrate National Science Week from 10 to 18 August.

At school we will be running “Brain Break” activities for students which include:

  • The opportunity to test their science general knowledge daily for great Science prizes
  • A brain break activity on Wednesday in which students can create their own edible biscuit cell. Who will create the best model?

For all community members:

Pokémon™ - are they biologically possible?
16 August 2019 4-5pm

The weird and whimsical world of Pokémon™ is filled with colourful, animated characters, many of which draw inspiration from animals and plants of the natural world. Through a comparison of anatomy and physiology, we will be challenged to identify the living representatives of certain Pokémon™, and determine if they are biologically possible.

About the presenter

Dr Gurion Ang is a teaching-focussed Associate Lecturer with the UQ School of Biological Sciences.

For more information about other events and activities on offer, visit the National Science Week website via the link below:

Mrs Larissa Scoles
Learning Area Coordinator Science (Senior)

UQ Pokémon Seminar

Gym Closed Wednesday Afternoons-Term 3

The gym will be closed to students of a Wednesday afternoon for the duration of Term 3. This is due to Oztag, All Schools Touch and Winter Sport commitments for coaches and supervisors. We do encourage students wishing to be active of a Wednesday afternoon to participate in the myriad of sports being offered at Shalom College. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

Mrs Kim O’Shea-Hard
Assistant Principal Administration – Staff

Shalom Social

Queensland Team Selection - Cycling

    Brody Allison

Brody Allison

Brody Allison has been selected in the QLD Junior Road Cycling team to compete at the National titles in September. Brody was one of five riders selected in the Under 17 team and the only rider from outside of Brisbane.

Brody will compete in the Individual Time trial and the Criterion at the event to be held on the Gold Coast.

Brody was also invited into the QAS Junior Sprint Track Squad, this squad works with Queensland’s best Sprint Track Athlete’s. Brody has already completed his first training camp and will travel to Brisbane monthly for this training.

Congratulations Brody!!!

Mr Peter Robinson
Student Welfare
High Performance Program
After School Activities


Year 8 student Tori Bowden competed at the Show Horse Council QLD – QLD Country Hack Championships in Toowoomba on 26-28 July. Tori had achievements on both of her horses throughout the duration of the Championships.

Tori and Arinlea Classic Composer (Stan)

  • Champion Preliminary Large Pony
  • 1st place - Amateur Owner Open Large Pony
  • 2nd place - Childs Large Pony (Qualified for Grand Nationals 2020 in Sydney)

Tori and Alpine Park Extravaganza (Zac)

  • 5th place – Childs Large Galloway
  • 5th place - Intermediate rider 12-u/15
  • Top 10 Open Large Galloway

Tori and Stan

Tori and Zac

Congratulations Tori !

Mr Simon Gills
Sports Coordinator

Shalom Tennis Success - Qld Secondary School Teams Tennis Regional Finals

This year, Shalom entered three boy’s teams and one girl’s team to compete in the Regional Finals of the Qld Secondary School Tennis Teams competition at Rotary Park in Bundaberg.

The girl’s team of Frances Corpe, Katie Maher, Poppy Loeskow and Sophie Maher were crowned the Regional champions by default, which was a little disappointing for the girls who were keen for a game, but good news and a credit to our school for having four players of quality to represent Shalom.

This left the three boy’s teams to battle it out with other Wide Bay schools on 5 August in order to become Wide Bay Regional champions. Shalom Red did exceptionally well on the day with the team of Hamish Corpe, Zain Ali, Lachlan Campbell and Nicholas Whitelum (pictured below) winning their division to qualify for the State Finals.

Mr Maher, Nicholas Whitelum, Zain Ali, Lachlan Campbell and Hamish Corpe

The Shalom Black team of Lachlan Royan, Joshua Parry, Ty Rushton and Reece Davies finished fourth while the Shalom White team of Laurin Roser, Tye Harbourne, Mithrran Karthick and Jacob O’Brien finished fifth. With almost all these players in Year 7 and 8, the future looks bright for Shalom tennis. The quality of tennis played as well as the competitive and sportsmanlike conduct that our players displayed on the day made our school proud.

The contest between Shalom Red and a strong St James’ Lutheran from Hervey Bay was a highlight of the day, with the winner of these closely-matched schools to be crowned champions. With Shalom 2 rubbers to 1 down, our prospects looked grim until a never-say-die effort from Nicholas ‘Houdini’ Whitelum, saving four match points before winning his singles, put the teams back on even terms. Impressive singles wins by Zain Ali and Lachlan Campbell sealed the title for Shalom – a fantastic effort. Once again, Shalom was led by the inspirational and very talented Hamish Corpe who continues to demonstrate why he is one of the top players on the tennis tour.

The Shalom Red boys and the Shalom girl’s team will go to the State Titles in Rockhampton on the 19-20 September to take on the best of the schools from all over Queensland – always a fun trip. Good luck to these players!

Tennis is a sport you can play for life. If you are interested in knowing more about tennis, from beginners to advanced players, please contact Mr Maher. All are very welcome.

Mr Brendan Maher
Shalom Tennis Coach

BDSSS Athletics Carnival

Congratulations to all our Shalom College athletes that contributed to us winning the Overall Champion School in both Junior and Senior School divisions at BDSSS Athletics Carnival last week. Congratulations to Kharla Hills and Thomas Morcom for earning Age Champions. What a great 2 days of Athletics!! Congratulations and thank you to Mr Gills for all his hard work and many hours in preparation and organisation for our Shalom athletes to participate in the BDSSS Athletics Carnival.

Paige Hogan, Matthew
Otto, Taylor Driver
and Thomas Morcom

Paige Hogan and
Matthew Otto

Taylor Driver and
Thomas Morcom

Thomas Morcom
and Kharla Hills

Mr Peter Robinson
Student Welfare
High Performance Program
After School Activities

Winter Sport

Ten Pin Bowling

Shalom is off to a great start with 2 teams playing in the junior winter fixtures. Teams are displaying great sportsmanship as they take on the challenge against other high schools. Some standout scores so far are:

  • Week 1: Jackson Rand with a top score of 96 pins followed closely by Max Hore on 86 pins and Jack Meissner on 83 pins.
  • Week 2: Ricky Holt with a top score of 101 pins in his second game followed by Max Hore with a second game of 83pins.

Keep up the good work boys.

Max Hore, Jack Meissner, Ricky Holt, Adam Beveridge, Jackson Rand & Seth Gayton. Absent - Nicholas McMahon

Mrs Debbie Bishop
Ten Pin Bowling Coordinator


Shalom Open Red

On a very rainy afternoon the girls fought a tough battle against St Lukes Blue and although leading for most of the match, ended tying 17-17 when St Lukes scored a goal with less than 30 seconds to go.

MVP Kendal Dodd

Mrs Julia Fox

Shalom 9 Red

The Shalom 9 Red Netball team won against BSHS 36 – 1 on Wednesday.

MVP Angel Cory

Mrs Melinda Pearson

Shalom 7 Blue

Despite the rainy conditions, last Wednesday, Shalom 7 Blue Netball Team displayed a positive team effort to take the win 12-11 against Shalom 7 Red Netball Team. It was a close competition with both teams showing great skill and determination. Congratulations go to the following team members who under pressure, kept their cool and scored goals: Rylee Lavaring, Summer Woods, Maya McCrystal and Kendall Ace. Isabella Howard showed great defence with a commitment to block passes and the energy of Lily Austin and Georgie Stephenson playing centre, gave the other team plenty of reasons to keep up the pace. Well done to all of the girls!

Mrs Justine Blinco


Years 7/8

  • Girls- Bye
  • Boys (Shalom team 1)- 3-0 VS BCC, Shalom Win.
  • Boys (Shalom team 2)- Game 1: 9-0 VS BSHS, Shalom Win.
    Game 2: Gin Gin SHS forfeit, Shalom Win.

Years 9/10

  • Girls- Forfeit (pulled out of the competition)
  • Boys- Bye


  • Girls- 3-1 VS North SHS, Shalom Loss.
  • Boys- 2-1 VS Kepnock SHS, Shalom Win.


Shalom Black

A very depleted Shalom Black team took on Kepnock SHS this week in a shortened 30 minute game due to the rain. To the team’s credit, they did not let the fact that the majority of the team this week consisted of Year 7’s. The smallest member of the team, Ruby Smith, performed very strongly in defence alongside her older brother Ben. Shalom Black opened the scoring with a cracking Goal from this week’s MVP Ryley Stevens. All members of the team gave their all. William Canniford (goalie) was peppered with many shots, but foiled all opposition attacking opportunities bar one. Shalom Black drew 1-1 with Kepnock SHS. Well done Shalom Black.

Our Shalom Hockey Teams

Ms Sue Kendall


Years 7/8 Boys

Week 1 - 31 July

Shalom 57 defeated BCC A 9.

All players contributed very well, with great positional play and support in both attack and defence.

Week 2 - 7 August

Shalom 42 defeated BCC B 18.

Despite only having five players, and a distinct size disadvantage, Shalom played very well. Thomas Parton and Dillon Zielke were key in providing support and options throughout the game; Keenan Mullaney defended well with some incisive attacking raids; Bryce Sewell was aggressive under the net and secured the ball to score many points; while Flynn Barber was consistently strong in both attack and defence.

Mr Troy Braund

Uniform Shop

Girls Socks

All girls socks are now in stock and are $8.50 per pair.

Appointments are now open for Year 9 girls to be fitted for their Senior Formal Uniform, please book online via the link below.

Payment options include: - Cash, Eftpos or Credit Card via phone.

Students will be emailed when their uniform is available for collection.
All enquiries please call Leanne on 41 558 121 at the Uniform Shop.

Mrs Leanne Barker
Uniform Shop Manager

Date Claimers

Tuesday 13 August

BDPSS 10-12 yrs Boys Cricket Trials

Year 10 Set Plan Interviews

Year 11 Leadership Day 2

Wednesday 14 August

Year 10 Set Plan Interviews

Winter Sport – Week 3

Thursday 15 August

Year 10 Set Plan Interviews

Friday 16 August

Year 10 Set Plan Interviews

Queensland Catholic Music Festival (Villanova College Brisbane)

Saturday 17 August

Queensland Catholic Music Festival (Villanova College Brisbane)

Sunday 18 August

Queensland Catholic Music Festival (Villanova College Brisbane)

Monday 19 August

QTAC Year 12 Information Session

BDPSS 10-12yrs Boys Cricket Trials

Tuesday 20 August

2020 Middle School Subject Selection Information Evening

Wednesday 21 August

Winter Sport – Week 4

Thursday 22 August

Shalom Day

Friday 23 August

Saturday 24 August

Regional Opti-MINDS at Shalom

Term Dates for 2019

Term 1

29 January – 5 April

Term 2

23 April – 28 June

Term 3

15 July – 20 September

Term 4

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

Tuesday 13 August

Cathy Duffield

Wednesday 14 August

Katrina McCallum

Thursday 15 August

Help Needed Please

Merna Cook

Friday 16 August

Kylie Jarvis

Nereda Torok

Monday 19 August

Mila Robertson

Tuesday 20 August

Jeanette Tu

Wednesday 21 August

Help Needed Please

Thursday 22 August

Merna Cook

Jacqueline Read

Friday 23 August

Help Needed Please

Monday 26 August

Help Needed Please

Tuesday 27 August

Help Needed Please

Shalom Sunday Markets

New Stallholders Welcome – Please contact Peter Barone 0438 446 269

Markets Tuckshop Roster

We are in need of more volunteers for the Markets Tuckshop, if you are available to help out please contact Leanne via email –

Sunday 18 August 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Carol Barrazza

Lisa Christensen

Brenda Jay

9:00am – 12:30pm

Chris Dennien

Maria McMahon

Jacqueline Read

Sue Sargent

Sunday 25 August 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Kate Rehbein

Craig Warner

9:00am – 12:30pm

Brendan/Astrid Clancy

Jo Medcalf

John Pappalardo

Vicki Saffioti

Tracey Shears

Sunday 1 September 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Andrew Lucht

Janelle Test

9:00am – 12:30pm

Sharon Anderson

Katumaree Nabnili

Sunday 8 September 2019

6:00am – 9:30am

Mary Buchanan

Helen/Matthew Mader

Cassie Savage

Steven Schiffke

9:00am – 12:30pm

Katie Davis

Patricia Rochford

Markets BBQ Roster

Sunday 18 August

Edmund Rice Camp

Mary Taylor

Sunday 25 August

NET Team

Vince Habermann

Sunday 1 September

Blanket Buddies

B Donovan

Sunday 8 September

East Bundaberg Rotary

David Baldry

Sunday 15 September

Shalom Cricket

Vince Habermann

Sunday 22 September

NET Team - Ken Thompson

Vince Habermann

Sunday 29 September

Edmund Rice Camp

Mary Taylor

Sunday 6 October

St Joseph's P & F

Gemma Bush

Community Notice Board

Youth Group

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