Monthly Archives: February 2013

New Look Newsletter We have been working on ways to improve our communication for some time. The newsletter is an important means of passing on information but we are aware that some of you are having problems with the older format. Some of the challenges include the newsletter being too big to download quickly and
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Born in Cuba in 1970, Jaime began violin studies at age five. When he was ten, Jaime’s family immigrated to the United States and he began lessons with the eminent violinist Cyrus Forough, a student of the great David Oistrakh. Jaime has dedicated his talents to sharing the love of God through sacred and classical
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Hi everyone! I hope you have been staying dry in all this wet weather! My sincerest apologies for the postponement of the Family Fun Day last weekend. The weather was looking dodgy and we had hardly any RSVPs so we thought it was best to wait until it settles and more people could make it.
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The best part about being a teenager is the amount of sleep you get. Nobody can sleep like a teenager can. But I guess that’s normal. What I find sad however, is that so many people spend their lives spiritually asleep too. Even Christians often find themselves ‘napping’, and not awake to the importance of
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A big THANK YOU to all the people who bought sausages at the swimming carnival recently. The chaplains cooked up a storm and with your help, raised $586.00. All of this money (no overheads) is going to buy food for the children at MIS orphanage in Lesotho – a small land-locked country within South Africa,
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Emily Roach and Declan Martin have enjoyed a summer season of Futsal playing in their 8 and 9 year team, The Thunderbolts. They have competed once a week for four months against players from all over the coast at various venues. They have gained fantastic skills and knowledge of the game and no doubt their
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Thirteen year old Jack Fissenden joined the elite young sportsman from around Queensland representing the Sunshine Coast at the Queensland Schools Triathlon Championships. Jack was selected in the Sunshine Coast team at the trial in December beating many keen and experienced athletes. The State Championship event was held in wet and blustery conditions in Redcliffe
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Bright and early Saturday morning 11 keen students from GCCC were ready for competition at the Beerwah Pool. Every month the club holds a fun “Come and Try” event for anyone interested in triathlons. The length of the races varied according to age and everything is held around the Beerwah Pool and Beerwah Sports Grounds
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Several students from GCCC have excelled in the Regional Little Athletics Championships held recently at Skippy Park and have qualified for the Queensland Little Athletics Championships to be held in March in Brisbane. Fifteen students competed in the Regional Champs with seven qualifying for the State Champs after beating many talented athletes from all over
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Fishing The Barramundi fishing group began our fishing season feeling slightly wetter than the fish did! The weather was wet but everyone was still keen to get some fishing done. So we braved the drizzle and tried our wet hands at some ‘Barra’ fishing. Our current top fisherman is Elizabeth Gregory, who hooked the only
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