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School Ferry Update
school run Friday afternoon 16 December 2011
is just a quick note for the Newport school kids and their parents
regarding the last school run of 2011, this Friday afternoon the 16
Newport school run Friday afternoon 16 December 2011.
for all parents and especially year 6 families. In the past we have run
the old ferry Kuringai as a special way of farewelling the end of the
school year but particularly the fabulous year 6 darlings who are off
to high school next year. The Kuringai has been gone for several years
now but we would like to run the L.Duck for this special
Parents of all the Newport kids are welcome to come along and bring
party foods and drinks if you wish.
L.Duck departs Church Point at 3.20pm, Bells, Carols, perhaps Eastern
if the flag is out, then over to Newport public wharf to collect the
children at 3.45pm approx. Parents can hop on from Newport wharf if it
suits after seeing the year 6 famous Newport school farewell (bring
Love to see everyone on the ferry on Friday afternoon.
Best wishes to everyone for a very Merry Christmas and happy and safe
New Year and good luck in high school year 6 !
Enjoy the school holidays kids-see you on the water..
Lots of love Penny, Carrie, Roz, Kath and Alison.
18 December from 5pm
a beautiful unframed artwork by local artists including:
Nettie Lodge, David Wardman, Marion van den Driesschen, Michelle
Macdonald, Paul Smith, Tracy Smith, Gwyn Perkins, June Lahm, Carole
Corrie, Penelope Wise, Anne Willman…
To view the artworks visit: http://watermarks.net.au/offshore-art-raffle/
Just $5 per ticket, or 3 for $10, or 6 for $15, or 15 lucky tickets for
Tickets on sale from The Gone Fishing Gallery and PMC Hill at Church
Point, Marion van den Driesschen or buy online (minimum
purchase $15) via: http://www.stickytickets.com.au/7146
draw will be at the Dog Race on Xmas Eve at Church Point.
All proceeds go towards recovering the costs of the WaterMarks Open
Studios event which was held during the wettest 48 hours in September
since records began (42 years ago!).
Thank you and good luck!
Scotland Island Kindergarten
Island Kindergarten will now open on Fridays in 2012 - Limited
places available so please enroll your child if you need a place ASAP
Friday opening is on Friday 3rd February 2012
Opening days and times are:
Tue: 7.30am to 5.30pm
Wed: 7.30am to 5.30pm
Thurs: 7.30am to 5.30pm
Fri: 7.30am to 5.30pm
No Casual places will be offered to families unless they already have a
permanent day booked for their child.
If you need any information regarding enrolling etc please contact Liz
– Director or any staff member on 02 9979 7856.
would also like to wish all our families old and new a very Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thank you for all your kindness and
support over the last year and he is to a fabulous and exciting 2012.
Honey for Christmas
have for sale some very delicious honey, from the same
as last time, who keeps his happy little bees very close to here,
traveling with them as far south as Robertson and as far
Mangrove mountain, often allowing the bees to feast in large gardens
that he tends in Turramurra and Wahroonga.
Kulnura forest and this year's amazing Orange Blossom.
Large 1 kg
jars $15, Medium 500gm $9, small 250 gm $5.
I have plenty, and I can certainly deliver so please do just get in
touch either via email email@example.com
or call or text your order to me on 0405 097 424.
Makes a sweet Christmas present !
Cheers everyone and happy festive times
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