TERM 2 MINI NETBALL COMPETITION
Next Term, OLSH are continuing with the annual Netball mini Comp as in previous years. Kira Love, who ran the program with Kim Bird and Raina McKenna, has moved and is no longer able to facilitate the program.
Kim Bird, Raina and other OLSH teaching staff will continue running the program this year from Week 2, Thursday 2nd May to Thursday 27th June. We have secured funding for the older girls mini competition to use netball dresses this year. These dresses are to be returned to OLSH at the end of the 9 weeks.
To enable teams to be collated and draws to be finalised, we ask that nominations be returned to OLSH no later than 5th April 2019.
As we draw nearer to Easter, we are reminded of the significant events leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection. This week, each class will share a prayer assembly depicting the significant events of Holy Week.
Why do we eat chocolate eggs on Easter Sunday?
Eggs have long since been a symbol of new life, rebirth and the beginning. With the rise of Christianity in Western Europe, the egg became associated with the Resurrection.
Thank you to all families for your fundraising efforts this term. I am incredibly happy to say that from Shrove Tuesday and the Caritas Games our small school has raised $212.50. I will ask for all Caritas donation boxes to be returned early Term 2.
EASTER MASS TIMES
- Holy Thursday - Liturgy 7.00pm
- Good Friday - Ecumenical Way of the Cross commencing at 9.00am and concluding at Springsure Christian Family
- Easter Sunday - Mass 10.30am