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Parent Association News - 10 September 2021

Read on to hear about the PAL Tuition Raffle, Fathers' Day celebrations, LN Jigsaw Puzzle and for your last chance to enter the Hamilton Island PAL Raffle.
Parent Association News
Parent Association News

Qualia Hamilton Island Raffle - last chance!

There are only a few days until the 'Win an Escape to Qualia' Raffle is drawn next Wednesday 15th September. The raffle closes at 10am on the Wednesday, with the draw taking place at 12pm.

One lucky person will win a luxurious 3-night stay at Qualia Resort on Hamilton Island for two adults, which includes daily breakfast, return transfers and a $300 Flight Centre voucher to help get you there. The prize is worth $7200. Tickets are $50 each or three for $100.

Click here to purchase a ticket.

Click here for the Raffle Flyer.

Click here for Raffle terms and conditions.

Thank you to those who have purchased a ticket and supported this raffle. In the absence of events, we do deeply appreciate your support of this fundraising initiative of the Parent Association.

Parent Association – Volunteer Survey

In anticipation of a return to social events in 2022, PAL would like to offer the community the opportunity to help plan and organise events for next year. Our objective is to form smaller teams to help organise events such as the City/Country Mothers’ Weekend Away, Open Day and the City/Country Mothers’ Lunch. We are also looking for volunteers to help organise the Spring Fair in Term 4 of 2022, which is a wonderful event for our community. Events like this don’t just happen and are the culmination of the hard work and effort of our parent community, so we are hoping you can bring your skills and enthusiasm to the Parent Association in 2022.  

We have created a short survey to look for volunteers who are interested in helping out with the events for PAL next year. If you are interested in being a part of one or more organising teams for the events next year, please complete this survey and we will be in contact with you during Term 4 to provide you with further information on these events. Thank you once again for your continued support of the Parent Association of Loreto Normanhurst.

Tuition Fee Raffle

Our Annual School Tuition Fee Raffle will be launched at the beginning of Term 4. One lucky parent will win a $15,000 credit towards their daughter’s 2022 school fees. More information will be sent out regarding this raffle in the first newsletter next term, so please watch out for that!

Fathers' Day Celebrations

Thank you to all the Primary dads and daughters who were able to join the Pancake Bake Off last week. There were some fabulous pancake flips and creations on display! We hope you enjoyed your Father Daughter Pancake Breakfast! For some lovely photos of our Primary students, their dads and their pancake creations, please scroll to the bottom of this newsletter.

Thank you also to Mark and Bella Dent for their beautiful reflection at the Father Daughter Liturgy on Sunday.

If you couldn’t watch on Sunday, the video can be found here.

Jigsaw Puzzle of our School

With lockdown going on for a while now, you may have completed lots of jigsaw puzzles of exciting places around the world – but what about Loreto Normanhurst? Here is an opportunity to purchase one of our limited-edition Loreto Normanhurst puzzles and spend an afternoon building the school back together!

This 140-piece A4 jigsaw puzzle of Loreto Normanhurst should provide an afternoon of laughter and fun as you pull apart and put back together our 1897 building. The puzzles are $20 each including postage and handling. Profits from the sale of the jigsaw puzzle will go to the Loreto Normanhurst Building Fund.

Click here to purchase a puzzle.

As we near the end of a difficult and different term where we have all had to draw on resilience, flexibility, and positivity. We wish to acknowledge Ms Ugonotti and all the wonderful staff at Loreto who have assisted and guided our daughters in their learning and wellbeing during this challenging term. We hope you and your family can enjoy some rest and relaxation over the upcoming school holidays.

We look forward to Term 4 and our daughters returning to school when restrictions are lifted. Wishing all students, parents, and staff a lovely break.  

Mrs Jane Dalton

Parent Association President

 

 

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