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Revelations
September 4 2014
HEAD OF
SENIOR
SCHOOL
Mr Stewart Ross
MOCK – THE TRIAL CONTINUES
Last Friday the Mock Trial team competed
against Coonabarabran High School in the 2nd
elimination round. The team consisted of Tom
Nobes and Maddison Crowe as barristers,
Sophie Jones as solicitor, Rebecca Cole
and Laura Van Uum as witnesses and David
Mackender as magistrate’s clerk. The case was
a civil case in which we claimed damages and
an injunction against the Defendant, Burwood
Council for private nuisance. We adduced
evidence to show that the roots of three figs
trees which were planted and maintained by
Burwood Council were causing us loss of
enjoyment of our land. We claimed that the
fig tree roots had caused damage to our brick
fence, walkway and verandah. The Defence
argued that they had responded promptly to
our complaints and taken all reasonable steps
to stop the nuisance. They also argued that we had
caused damage to the root blocker that they had
installed. We managed to convince the magistrate
that the council had caused interference with our
enjoyment of our land by causing us great stress
and inconvenience. We also won the important
skills side of the trial 265-259 points. This means
that we move into the 3rd elimination round, one
of 16 schools out of the 185 in the competition
this year.
YEAR 11 PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS
The Year 11 Preliminary Course winds up this term
and examinations commence next week. We have
had to change the original schedule published in
our calendar for these exams. Chemistry will be
the first exam on Monday afternoon and students
do not have to come to school on that Monday
if they don’t do Chemistry. Tuesday is a normal
school day with some students involved in ISA
Athletics. Teachers I am sure will be having
revision lessons. Students are expected to be at
school whether they have an exam or not on the
following days.
HSC MUSIC & VISUAL ARTS
Examiners from the BOSTES will be here next
SPRING FAIR UPDATE
NOTE TO PARENTS
• Purchase your wristbands from Mrs Keogh (Junior School) and
Mrs Wade (Senior School) save yourselves the rush!
• Please let your year stall holder know if you can help on the
day of fair! The list is in the VIM and REVs. Please contact
Melanie Geyer [email protected] or Catriona Roach
[email protected] if you are unsure of
anything.
• Please sell your raffle tickets and return to school. The prizes
are fantastic!
• Junior school children should be colouring in madly for our
colouring in competition! Hand them in to Mrs Keogh when
you’re finished.
• Please hand in your gorgeous ‘lamb’ help required note, we
need as many lovely parents as possible to help on the day.
• Any parents out there who are able to contribute to
the pavlova stall ([email protected]), Cake Stall
([email protected]) or Treasure and Book
Stall ([email protected]) your help would be greatly
appreciated.
• We still require parents with an RSA for the bar and students
who are willing to do a 15 minute stint in dunking machine.
Thank you to all, we are looking forward to a fantastic fair!
The Spring Fair Committee
week to examine both Music I and II students
who, I know, have been honing their pieces
over the last few weeks. Tom Morris had to
travel to Sydney this week to perform his music
and by all accounts did well. We wish the other
students all the best with their performances.
The art major works were sent to Sydney this
week for marking. I know that these students
are pleased that they are completed giving
them more time to devote to revision.
FAST FACT
We’re all pretty clued up about Twitter, (well
I’m not) but what about a degree in it? At
Leeds Trinity University, you’ll learn about the
significance and philosophical implications of
social media, as well as taking part in a 12week work experience placement in a digital
agency. It’s a hands-on degree and with a
staggering 91% employment or further study
rate after university, perhaps one to watch.
Thought : Therefore do not worry about
tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about
itself. Each day has enough trouble of its
own. Matthew 6:34
TREASURE
& BOOKS
STALL
Please bring in your
‘treasures’ and books to
be sold at the Spring Fair.
Stall coordinators are
looking for past family
treasures including
books, records – yes, the
vinyl ones!, prints that
might need a new wall
to hang on, children’s
toys that are still happy
enough to go to a new
generation.
All saleable items can be
left on the Student Liaison
Office verandah in the
corner closest to carpark.
These donations will be
cleared away each day.
College
Calendar
Thursday 4 September
Netball Dinner
PreKindergarten 2 day Fathers’ Day Breakfast
P&F Executive Meeting
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Friday 5 September
PreKindergarten 3 & 4 day Fathers’ Day
Breakfast
NCSS Challenge ends
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Saturday 6 September
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Sunday 7 September
Confirmation
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Monday 8 September
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Tuesday 9 September
ISA Athletics (TBC)
P&F Meeting - Watson
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Wednesday 10 September
Year 11 Preliminary exams
RSA/RCG Course night time
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Thursday 11 September
Year 11 Preliminary exams
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Friday 12 September
Year 11 Preliminary exams
Rugby Dinner
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Saturday 13 September
OBU AGM
Back to Saints’ OBU Dinner
Bathurst Eisteddfod
Sunday 14 September
Spring Fair
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FROM THE
CHAPLAIN
Rev. Tony Card
“Therefore just as one man’s trespass led to
condemnation for all, so one man’s act of righteousness
leads to justification and life for all.” (Romans 5:18,
NRSV)
As we come to the end of our series looking at
humankind being made in the image of God we
conclude by looking back to the beginning of our
relationship with God whilst at the same time looking
to the future. Paul reminds us of the consequences of
Adam’s sin - that we are all tainted by it and are all
victims of it. The consequence of this sin is that we are
condemned. We are all essentially ‘dead men walking’.
But Paul doesn’t leave it there, for sin does not have
the last word. Paul encourages us with the reminder
that Jesus’ act of sacrifice and resurrection has not only
reversed the impact of Adam’s sin but has restored us
to being reflections of God’s image. Because of our
faith and trust in Jesus God no longer sees us as sinful
creatures but as pure expressions of his wholeness
and love.
This is a blessing that we cannot take lightly. We should
not be complacent about our forgiveness and our future
with Christ. His sacrifice does not give us licence to keep
on living life our own way and then accept his ‘get out of
gaol free’ card. We have a responsibility to live our life
reflecting God’s image to all around us. We don’t receive
a gift and then leave it unopened until moments before our
death. We want to enjoy the benefit of that gift now and
into the future. It should be the same for the gift that God
has given us…we should open it now and enjoy its benefits
now and into the future.
With every blessing, Rev. Tony Card
Thought for the week: ‘If, because of the one man’s trespass,
death exercised dominion through that one, much more
surely will those who receive the abundance of grace and the
free gift of righteousness exercise dominion in life through
the one man, Jesus Christ.’ (Romans 5:17,NRSV)
Operation Christmas Child drawing to a close
We have now collected six things to go into Christmas
boxes. Thank you to everyone who has contributed so
generously. I am sure that we will surpass last years’ tally
of 213 boxes. If you still wish to donate items then they
will be gratefully received. We will be holding a packing
day on Saturday 11th October from 2pm in the Bickerdike
to pack what we have received.
Next week we are focusing our chapel collection on raising
the money needed to send the boxes overseas. Freight costs
$9 per box so we are looking to raise in excess of $1800.
We have about $200 from cash donations so far so there
is a way to go. If every student brought $4 to chapel next
week then we would comfortably meet this target for about
U15s Football Team into Final
the same price as a cup of coffee.
Confirmations
As we were unable to proceed with confirmations
at the College this year, the Dean of All Saints’
Cathedral, the Very Reverend Anne Wentzel has
invited interested students to make their Confirmation
at the Cathedral on Sunday, 30th November.
Preparation classes will be held at the Cathedral
commencing on Saturday 11th October at 3pm.
Enquiries should be directed to Rev. Tony on 6332
7370 or [email protected] Registrations
need to be completed by Wednesday, 8th October.
A Father’s Day blessing
It’s Father’s Day this Sunday. Here is a prayer of
blessing I found that you may want to pray for your
father.
God our Father,
in your wisdom and love you made all things.
Bless these men,
that they may be strengthened as Christian fathers.
Let the example of their faith and love shine forth.
Grant that we, their sons and daughters,
may honour them always
with a spirit of profound respect.
Grant this through Christ our Lord.
Amen
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The U15 Football Team made the final with a huge win against
Churches United in the semi-final last Saturday. Ashleigh James
scored three goals, Jakiya Whitfeld two goals, Phoebe Reynolds
and Sophie Chirgwin one goal each. Ashleigh was player of the
match. The College is looking forward to as many people as
possible coming along and supporting both the U15 and U17
teams in their finals this coming Saturday, 6 September at Proctor
Park at 1:30am.
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Basketball: Friday, 5 September 2014
Game
Venue
Time
ASC Fighting Irish v Familiar with Floss
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6.30pm
ASC Nightlock v Make It Drizzle
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Netball: Saturday, 6 September 2014
Game
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ASC 1sts
No game
ASC 2nds
No game
ASC 3rds v Eglinton Flames
Crt2
ASC 4
No game
ASC 16 Red v Eglinton Hot Shots
Crt11
ASC 14 Blue
No game
ASC 14 Red
No game
ASC 14 White
No game
ASC 13 Red v Scots Gold
Crt7
Time
Bus departs
Returns
1.15pm
12.45pm
2.30pm
10.00am
9.30am
11.20am
Venue
ASC U13 Mixed
No game
ASC U15s v Kelso
T1
ASC U13s
No game
ASC Minkey U7s & U9s
No game
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ASC Under 15s
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ASC Under 17s
Proctor Park
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Bus departs
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WEBSITE
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FOR THE LATEST NEWS &
PHOTO GALLERIES
@ the BIG NIGHT OUT
7-­‐9pm Bickerdike Friday 5th September 2014 $5 entry at door (Bring $ for Drinks and snacks) 2014 Annual
Hot Jumping
Chips Castles Lollies
Equestrian
Stall
Show
Jumping Hoopla
Stall
Cool
Drinks
Animal
Nursery
Bottles
Stall
Face
Painting
Homemade
Cakes
Fathers’
Corner
Café with
Real Coffee
BBQ
Haunted
House
Raffle
with Great
Prizes
Pavlovas
and
Puddings
Colouring-in
Competition
Climbing
Wall
Fairy
Floss
Coin
Toss
Martial
Arts
Demonstration
Showground
Treasure
Rides
Garden
and
and Produce Books
Stall
Sunday
14th September 2014
10am-3pm
Chocolate
Wheel Bucking
Bull
Snow
Dunking Cones
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GARDEN STALL
CALL FOR DONATIONS
Please help us fill the Spring Fair Garden Stall
with fresh produce to sell.
We would very much appreciate any donations of
eggs
citrus
bunches of herbs
fresh vegetables
Please bring them to the Fair on the day
Thank you for your support
For more information contact
Catriona Roach 0402 417 252
Year 3 Lisa Hunter 0405 491 317
Year 4 Rae Cunningham 0408 960 228
Sarah O’Neill 0400 191 979
ASC Spring Fair
Boarders Bottle Stall
Sunday 14th September 2014 - 10am to 3pm
Gourmet Delights such as:
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Jam
Marmalade
Chutney & Pickles
Olive Oil
Sauces
Lemon Butter
Chocolates etc
Suggested donations for teenagers and younger children:
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Jars of lollies or chocolates
Jars of colourful hair bands or pins
Jars of lollies with a water pistol or a super ball, a small car etc
Scratchie tickets
Jars of small colourful soaps, bubble bath etc
Please note:
Bottles or jars will be sold for $2.00, $3.00, $5.00 or $10.00
No alcohol and label clearly with a list of ingredients
Please leave donated goods at the following location:
 Dr Miller has offered his garage/shed for delivery of goods as it is closer to
the fair and saves double handling
 Please label boxes clearly “ Boarders Bottle Stall”
Roster: We would like to have 2 or 3 parents on each hour. Please see
separate roster and phone or email your times through to me.
Wendy Wass: Ph 68 334434 or [email protected]
Lisa Hewitt:
Ph 0409 444166 or [email protected] Please …
Jump to it and volunteer
your time on Sunday 14
September.
Simply write your name and
availability on the applicable
volunteer slip and return in
your child’s diary.
YEAR
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5
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ALL
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Hot Chips
Hoopla
Lollies
ASC Café
Garden Stall
Garden Stall
Drinks
Cakes
Chocolate Wheel & Coin Toss
Pavlova
Treasure & Books
Jumping Castle & Climbing Wall
ASC Café
BBQ
Dad's Corner
Face Painting
Haunted House
Bar
CO-ORDINATOR
Peter Campbell
Polly Goodlet
Nikki Bryan
Graham Cunningham
Catriona Roach
Catriona Roach
Susie Dowd
Catherine McEwen
Lorna Van Rouyan
Jo Murphy
Christine Thompson
Rachel Trounson
Belinda Peterson
Rosie Bayliss
Stephen Geyer
Deon Reynolds
Leigh Haywood
Tracey Finau
CO-ORDINATOR EMAIL
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
NOTE: If you’ve already contacted the stall co-ordinator, thank you! You do NOT need to complete this form.
I am available to assist on the
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stall.
Available Times:
__________________________________________________________________
My Name and Number:
__________________________________________________________________
We need your help!
Treasure & Books
Dad’s Corner
Garden
Records, books and treasure that
will sell like hotcakes!. Contact
Christine Thompson.
Senior school volunteers for the
dunking machine. Lots of fun!
Please contact Ruth Crampton.
Any contributions will be very
much
appreciated. Catriona Roach.
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Bar
Lollies
Pavlova
Hoopla
Tracey Finau could use
any help with stocking
the bar.
Made up lolly bags would be
appreciated.
Are you an expert at
making pavs? Contact
Jo Murphy.
Small prizes required
and fish!!. See Polly
Goodlet.
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
See Nikki Bryan.
[email protected]
ASC Café
Sandwiches, scones and
slices. Contact Graham
Cunningham.
[email protected]
NOTE
Please don’t feel constrained by your year group. You may contribute to any area
where help is required, regardless of your year group.
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The 2014 All Saints’ College Spring Fair Raffle is bigger and better than ever. The Parents and Friends
Association will use the funds raised from the raffle to support a wide range of activities for students at the
school. There are some fabulous prizes to be won:
1st Prize:
3 Month Complete Family
Membership at Pollet’s
Martial Arts Centre
Access to unlimited classes,
cardio and weights training
equipment. PLUS Starter
Pack, including Karate
uniform, boxing gloves, shin
pads and T-Shirt.
Valued at $1100
2nd Prize:
Kip McGrath education
Centre Bathurst
One Term Free Tuition
Voucher
Valued at $550
3rd Prize:
incy interiors Bathurst
Store Gift Voucher
Valued at $500
4th Prize:
Dancin’ Divas
Girl Nights Out For 12
Friends
Valued at $420
5th Prize:
10th Prize:
2 Nights Accommodation &
Breakfast for 2 people
The Clan Lakeside Lodge
Terrigal
Valued at $360
6th Prize:
Brabham’s Outdoor Power
Centre
Stihl BG56 Blower
Valued at $350
7th Prize:
Mitre 10
Black & Decker Cordless
Cultivator & Mipro
Wheelbarrow
Valued at $259
8th Prize:
reece Plumbing Bathurst
Store Gift Voucher
Valued at $250
9th Prize:
Barcoo’s Barn B&B &
Farmstay Bathurst
One Nights Accommodation
for a family of 4 including
farm activities, linen & light
breakfast
Valued at $250
The Parents’ and Friends’ Association is grateful for the
very generous donation of prizes from the All Saints’
Community and Bathurst Businesses.
Tickets will be sent home with students’ and can be
returned back in the envelope provided with money to
Leonie Keogh in the Junior School office prior to the Fair.
Aimee Cook Photography
Gift Voucher
Valued at $200
11th Prize:
Dinner for 4
Hosted by by Thermixalot
Bathurst
Valued at $200
12th Prize:
Cityfit Fitness Club
Bathurst
10 Visit Pass
Valued at $129
13th Prize:
Lush Lashes By Tami
Gift Voucher
Valued at $125
14th Prize:
Beautiful Glow
Gift Voucher For Facial &
Eyebrow Wax
Valued at $119
15th Prize:
Pulsanti Carcoar
Gift Hamper
Valued at $100
Extra tickets will be available for collection from
Reception.
The Raffle will be drawn at the Spring Fair on Sunday
14th September at 2pm. Winners may collect prizes from
the Spring Fair or will be notified by telephone.
A big thank you to those businesses who donated prizes.
Tickets are 3 for $5 and can also be purchased on the
day at the Spring Fair.
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Power Centre
MARTIAL ARTS CENTRE
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Sunday 14th September 2014 10am-3pm
Thank you Spring Fair Sponsors
A huge thank you to all of our Gold, Silver and
Bronze Sponsors.
Many family businesses’ provide extra support to Spring Fair
by sponsoring the the program of events.
The money raised through the program provides a large
contribution to the overall fundraising. These funds are
administered by the Parents’ & Friends’ Association to
improve our facilities and purchase additional school
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Newman’s Fuels & Bus
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Luxe Hair & Body
Bridges Financial
Services
Paul Toole MP
Bathurst RSL Club
Rosconi Mazda
Bathurst
Courtyard Architectural
Mouldings & Décor
Cunninghams The Law
Practice
LJ Hooker Bathurst
Steele & Co. Law &
Conveyancing
Best Western
Petroleum Services
Elders Insurance
Bathurst
Health & Fitness
Supplies Australia
Cain Kensit Messenger
Solicitor & Attorneys
Al Dente
Kelly + Partners
Chartered Accountants
The Great Wall Chinese
Restaurant
Kenwood Homes
Raine & Horne Bathrust
Hines Constructions
Adecco
Venue Café
Gorgeousness
Barcoo’s Barn
Devro
GOLD $500
W.J Coote & Sons
Encore Speech & Drama Studio
Incy Interiors
Pollet’s Martial Arts Centre
Ray Morcoms Auto Body Repairs
Bathurst Real Estate
Kip McGrath Bathurst
BRONZE $100
Hothams Sand, Soil,
Gravel Supplies
Abbetta Interiors
Beecham Concreting
JLD Dance Studio
Lashes By Tami
Angela J Morris
Optometrist
Vanessa Pringle Florist
International Music
Examinations Board
Lambert & Lord
Eglinton Tennis
Academy
Ivan Christian
Photography
The Kelso Hotel
Paddy’s Hotel
Pulsanti Carcoar
All Seasons Cleaning
Stewart St Veterinary
Hospital
LeGall Pattisserie Café
Macquarie Skin & Day
Spa
Altech Air
John Matthews
Pharmacy
Stitches On Keppel
Little Bumble Bugs
Bathurst Dry Cleaners
Bathurst Veterinary
Hospital
Country Fruit
Sheer Indulgence
Dean Mobbs Gallery
Terry White Chemist
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