HOUSEHOLD ITEMS WANTED FOR THE P&F FETE
The P&F are collecting good quality items to sell at the Fete including toys, clean clothing, sports equipment, books etc. Please note we cannot sell TVs, computers, electrical goods, furniture, encyclopaedias, magazines (unless collectables), broken heavy items, videos or floppy disks.
Please pack and label items into boxes and leave them on the apron of the P&F shed just inside the Senior School gates on Chapel Drive. For valuable items please contact Ross Hicks 0419 684 330 or Rosshix8@gmail.com to arrange a suitable time for collection.
Junior Primary's Fathers' Activity Morning
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The Woden Brownie Unit has spaces open for girls interested in participating in Girl Guides. Girls attending range in age from 6 till 10. We meet on a Monday at the Garran Scout Hall, Kitchener St, Garran (next to oval) from 5.30pm till 7pm during term time. What will the girls get? She will enjoy a weekly meeting during the school term with girls in her age group. Meetings combine games, outdoor activities, craft, cooking, environment awareness and more, including camping, all tailored to her age and experience. There’s also the chance to meet other girls at local, state and national events, help people in her community and train in boating and other outdoor skills. Contact Toni Gwynn-Jones, Girls Guides ACT & South East NSW Region on 0412 880 894 or email@example.com. Link here for more information.
TUESDAY 14-FRIDAY 17 APRIL, CHILDREN'S THEATRE CAMP
9am-3pm, Drama Centre, Canberra Girls Grammar School, Senior Campus. Open to students from 7 to 12 years from all schools. Link here for more information.
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