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 Principal: Mr Ashley Munn
Phone: 53 922 494 Fax: 53922429
www.kanivacollege.vic.edu.au
[email protected]
Contacts: Mr. C Bendall Assistant Principal;
Junior School P-6: Mrs K. Cole, Senior School 7-12:
Mrs J. Tuckwell. Student Wellbeing: Mrs F. McDonald
Items for newsletter to be sent to:
newslet[email protected]
16th October 2014
Kaniva
College
All Year 12 students should be reviewing their notes and texts, completing practice exams and
preparing themselves for the Exam period that is fast approaching. It’s a busy and important time in
the lives of these young people and I’m sure families, teachers and friends will all support them
through this period.
I received a phone call on Monday from one of the organisers of the Kaniva Show Ambassador
competition held at the show at the weekend. The caller wanted to let me know how well all the
contestants spoke and carried themselves and also how highly the Judges spoke of them all and
pass this on to the school. It was really positive to receive this feedback, even though it wasn’t a
school event, it was great to hear our students did so well.
I was also pleased to see so many of our students had entered the show in a wide variety of
categories. Teachers at the school ensured that all students in year levels P-4 had entries in the
show and I hope this added interest for both parents and students. I would also like to thank staff for
their efforts in completing the displays that were on show in the complex.
Mrs Tuckwell, Mr McFarlane, parent helpers and all the Discovery9 class should also be very
pleased with their efforts at the weekend- selling baked potatoes at the show. Last count they had
raised close to $1000 which are valuable funds with their Sydney Experience trip coming up shortly.
It seems to be a bit of a tradition that every week has a theme these days. I would really like to thank
Mrs McDonald and a number of other staff for their efforts in organising activities for Mental Health
week last week. Students were given the opportunity to listen to guest speakers, share food with
friends and also participate in a number of
activities. It was a successful week. This
week has been Health and PE week and Mr
Cole and Miss O’Neill have also ensured
there have been lots of activities to promote
the theme. This will culminate in a staff Vs
Year 12 netball match tomorrow.
REMINDER
Casual Clothes day
tomorrow - Wear your
favourite sports gear!
Junior students enjoy last weeks Milo
Cricket Clinic conducted by SACA
Mental Health Week
Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week- to help
make students aware of the issue of Mental Health and to
make them feel cared for a number of activities were held.
These activities included fresh fruit platters for each class,
free hot chocolate, a speaker on depression, a walk at
lunchtime, completing warm and fuzzy comments about
classmates and discussing who students could talk to in
times of stress or worry.
Year Ones visited the school block along with
Mrs Lord and Fiona Hicks last Thursday. The
children participated in a variety of activities
including bird watching, plant identification
and making yummy Jonny cakes and damper
with Mrs Lord, hut building, bush art (on display
at the show), bush survival and environmental
bingo. It was a fun day learning all about the
bush.
I got to demonstrate how to play cricket with Matt and it was fun. Jordan
On Tuesday the Year Prep, 1, 2, 3 had a cricket clinic at school. We had to have
partners. My partner was Milly. First we had to practice catching, then we did
bowling, then batting and last throwing. Victoria
On Tuesday 14th of October we went to a cricket clinic. My partner was Rosie from
Prep. We learnt some new things. We did batting, bowling, throwing and catching.
We had points. Rosie and I scored 200 points. At the end we got Milo for a thank you.
Bonnie
I went to Milo cricket. I was with Jono. It was the best. Brody
On Tuesday Year 2/3 Prep and Year 1 went to the Milo cricket clinic and the men were
Matt and Cameron. Ben
On Tuesday Matt and Cameron came for a cricket clinic. I did every activity. First I
did hitting a ball. If you hit the cone, 100 points, flip it 1000 points. If you flip it and it
lands like it should 1,000,000 points. Toby
Me and Brody hit the bat and ball to knock the cone. Jono
On Tuesday I went to the Milo cricket clinic. The people that taught us were Matt and Cameron. I had a partner it
was Victoria. First we threw the beanbag to each other. We got 3000 points in that. Then we threw the ball at the
stumps. We got 2000 points in that. Milly
On the 14th of October we learnt some cricket. We did catching, throwing, batting and bowling. We had
partners. My partner was Sophie. My favourite activity was the catching and at the end we got milo. I had
fun learning cricket. Siri
On Tuesday we had a cricket clinic. We got to play some activities. I was Alexis’s partner for all activities. Matt and
Cameron took it. We got Milo at the end. I got 1900 points. Emily
I like the cricket. It is fun. I can’t wait until next year. Kurt
Me and Hannah were partners. Hannah got the most points. I got the least points. Me and Hannah had lots of fun.
Then we had a packet of Milo. Courtney
My favourite activity was throwing the beanbags. That was my favourite thing because every time you threw and
caught it we both take a step back. Me and my partner got really far. Hannah
My partner was Mia and I like doing the throwing. The teachers
were Matt and Cameron. Kali
On Tuesday we did a cricket clinic. We did bowling, batting and
catching. My partner was Emily. We got points if we hit the cone when
we threw the ball. Emily got 1900 points and I got 700 points. Alexis
On Tuesday we did the clinic and we had four activities. I got
19,200 points in the whole thing. Riley
I was batting and bowling with Lily. At the end we got Milo. Matt and
Cameron taught us. Chanel
Year 10 PDS
Skoolbag App –
Each year West Wimmera Shire,
provide a concert for senior
citizens in the shire. This year it
was Kaniva’s turn for the concert.
Our Year Ten PDS class was
given the chance to cater for the
afternoon tea for this concert held
last Friday afternoon. Preparation
and some cooking was meant to
start last Thursday afternoon,
however, due to the power problems everything had to be prepared and
cooked on Friday. The students provided sandwiches, sausage rolls,
toasties, lemon, apricot and
peppermint slice and rumballs for
150 senior citizens. They did an
amazing job with the preparation,
cooking and serving of the food as
well as serving tea and coffee. They
cleaned up without complaint. A
fantastic effort by all students. They
now get to decide how to spend the
money they raised.
Issues with iOS 8
Apple’s latest iOS 8 update has
managed to break various funcons
in the Skoolbag app. Skoolbag is
aware of these issues including push
noficaons not working, and to
recfy this they are currently
updang the app with a new version.
Please note that the issue does not
effect users who are sll running iOS
7.
The Kaniva College Skoolbag app will
be upgraded and the updated
version will be ready for download
within the next 2-4 weeks.
If you are on iOS 8 and wish to
receive noficaons in the
meanme ,you can sign up to email
alerts by going to the Kaniva College
homepage
(www.kanivacollege.vic.edu.au), click
on the Skoolbag picture in the top
le. corner, and then click on the
blue Subscribe for email bu/on in
the top right hand corner.
Senior GWR Athletics
Congratulations to our senior school athletes who
competed in the Greater Western Region athletics
competition in Ballarat last Friday.
Girls 16 Year Olds Javelin Throw 500 g
3rd Melody Maddern
Boys 14 Year Olds 100 Metre Dash
6th Dylan Natt
Boys 14 Year Olds Discus Throw 1 kg
2nd Sam Williams-Bale
Girls 15 Year Olds Shot Put 3 kg
2nd Renae Feder
Boys 14 Year Olds Javelin Throw 700 g
5th Sam Williams-Bale
Girls 16 Year Olds Triple
Jump
5th Hetty Munn
Boys 14 Year Olds Shot Put 4
kg
4th Sam Williams-Bale
Girls 16 Year Olds High Jump
3rd Hetty Munn
Boys 14 Year Olds 4x100
Metre Relay 7th (Dylan Natt,
Lewis Wheaton, Corey
Williams, Joe Merrett)
Mrs Maree Goods at P-6 assembly
presented a book she had co-authored
“Birds and Plants of the Little Desert”, to
the school library. Mrs Goods presented
the book to Ella Borgelt and Xavier
Wheaton who accepted the book on behalf
of the school library. The year ones visited
the school block last Thursday and some of
the plants and birds they observed whilst
there, are featured in the book “Birds and
Plants of the Little Desert”. The school are
grateful for the generous donation of this
beautiful book as it will be a valuable
resource especially as a reference guide
for our school block. Anyone interested in
purchasing this book for their own library
can purchase the book from The Purple
Starfish.
ATTENTION YEAR 8 PARENTS:
Discovery9 Information Evening
The Discovery9 information evening for current Year Eight students and
their parents will be held at 7.30 pm on Tuesday, 28th October. We will be
discussing the Discovery9 program and the process for selecting electives.
This information evening will also be an opportunity to discuss the School
for Student Leadership (Snowy River) program running in Term 2, 2015 and
the selection process which will follow. If you have any questions, please
feel free to contact Jen Tuckwell, the Senior Site manager and Discovery9
Coordinator.
Music: Count Us In
Music: Count Us In is an annual program in
which schools from all over Australia
perform the same song at the same time. As
usual, this year’s song has been written by a
group of high school students, and at
Kaniva College all the primary students and
the secondary music students will join more
than half a million other Australians to
perform the song. We’d love you to come
and see our performance on Thursday
30th November at 12:30pm.
Kaniva College welcomes Charlie and Oli to
year five. The boys started at the College on
Monday after relocating from Tasmania with
their family.
We hope they enjoy their time at Kaniva and
that everyone makes them feel most
welcome.
The Quest class had a
very successful day at the
show selling baked
potatoes and afternoon tea. It is estimated that we have
fundraised close to $ 1000. A big thankyou to the parents
who supplied food for the morning tea. An extra big thank
you to Tania Kuchel, Leonie Shurdington, Beth Grosser and
Claire Feder who helped out on the day. We also would like
to thank Doyle’s for the use of the cool room and the Potato
Farm for their donation.
Calendar
Year
Subject
Topic
Due
5
Maths
Maths sheet
Fridays
6
English
Reading every night, Spelling
Mondays
6
Maths
Maths mate
Fridays
7
Maths
Finish set Algebra questions
from Ex5.1 & 5.2
Tues 21/10
8
Maths
Homework Sheet
Thursdays
9
Exploration Homework Sheet No 25
10
Maths
10
Humanities Chapter 4 set questions
VCAL Literacy
Due Mon
20 Oct
Trigonometry Homework Sheet Due Mon
20 Oct
Tuesday
11/11
Complete final research/writing 10/11
tasks and speeches
Did you know?
Music teaches kids to work hard
when things get difficult
Value Awards
Congratulations to the recipients of
this week’s college values awards:
Eddie Endeavour
Prep – Rosie Thring
Year 1 - Laila Ansell
Year 2/3 - Chanel O’Brien
Year 4 - Skye Dowler
Year 5 – Jesse Grant
Year 6- Corey Natt
October
17th
Health & PE Week - Casual Clothes day
(Sporty theme no donation)
21st
Food, Fun & Fiction 5pm for 6pm BBQ
22 & 23 Yr 9 Outdoor Ed Trip - Grampians
28th
Yr 8 Students/Parents Info Evening
Discovery9
28th
Kinder Transition Session 9-11am
28-31 Growing together School Exchange
Camp
29th
Quest Homeless Project
VCE Unit 4 Exams commence
30th
Count Us In Music Performance 12.30
Preliminary notice
Year 12 Valedictory Dinner
Friday 14th November
Commercial Hotel
Reminder that hats are to
be worn during term 4.
They are available for
purchase via the college
office for
$6.00
WORK OF THE WEEK
Congratulations
Mia Coad
Year 1
For her map of Australia. Mia’s work is on display in the
College office as this week’s ‘work of the week’.
Congratulations Mia!
LeCoin
Français
French Corner. At the moment, France is busy with the
Paris Motor Show. Every two years, this international
car show happens in Paris, the capital of France. It lasts
for two weeks in October each time and this year’s
finishes on Sunday. People come from all over the
world to see the cars and more than a million visitors
see the exhibitions each year. The best thing for most of
the car lovers in our French program is that if you can
get to Paris, it’s free for kids under 10 to go to the
Motor Show.
There are lots of different things to see at the Paris
Motor Show. You can see the newest, fanciest cars, or
you can go and see really old cars. There are also
exhibitions of cars with new features, like alternative
energy or new electronic systems, and there are heaps
of journalists there to tell the rest of the world about it
all.
Today is Keira’s name saint’s feast day, so bonne fête
to Keira in Prep. My apologies to Remi in Prep whose
name saint’s feast day was during the holidays, so
bonne fête to Remi for the 1st of October.
Mademoiselle Pfeifer
Repairing the town
entrances
As part of my Personal Development Skills
(PDS) unit 2 class I have to complete a
project to benefit the community so I have
decided to repair the town entrances. Some
of the fence rails have fallen down so I will
screw them back up and the sand has blown
away at one end so I will bring some more
in. I will also be planting some extra shrubs.
By Mark Merrett
On the last day of Term 3, Alannah, Chayle and Alice went
down to the Kaniva Playgroup to present a cheque for our CLP
(Community Learning Project) fundraiser. We had to do
something that would benefit our community after we came
back from Snowy River Campus School of Student Leadership
School in Term 4, 2013. We cooked a barbeque at the Kaniva
Playgroup and Maternal Child Health Christmas in July Market
on the 27th of July, 2014. We raised $187.40 that we presented
to the Playgroup that will go towards buying new furniture and toys for their new building. We
would like to thank everyone for their support through the duration of our project. A big thank
you for our parents help planning and during the event.
By Chayle , Alice and Alannah
The Junior School canteen
will be open for recess
each Wednesday
Students can still go to the
senior canteen, Carolyn &
Donna are just offering a
quick alternative for
students.
YEAR 9 QUEST TEAMS
PROGRESS IN
WATERSHEDS FINALS
This year the watersheds competition was
thrown open to all schools in South
Western Victoria. There were 28 entries,
including 4 from Kaniva College. All four
teams have progressed through to the final
ten out of twenty eight. The students will
now present their project proposal to a new
team of judges in Hamilton on Friday 28th
of October. The minimum each team can
win for themselves in $300.00 with the
maximum being $1000.00. The College
also receives the same amount, and there is
also $10.000 for the projects to actually go
ahead.
Improving Serviceton Reservoir
Our project is to renovate the Serviceton
Reservoir by removing all the dead trees and
putting a water tank out there for drinking. We
will also be rebuilding the old school hothouse
and be growing new trees. These new trees will be
planted out at the res.
By Sam, Joe and Harry.
#KanivaWater
Our project consists of getting a fresh water tank and placing it next to the toilet block by the
Windmill Café, and running rain water into it. We are also looking to make water bottles with
#KanivaWater and the Kaniva Logo on it.
By Louise, Jaden, Luke, Duncan.
Cleaner water for
high school.
Our Watersheds project is to give our
high school cleaner and fresher water.
We would like to clean out the high
school water tank and join the junior
and senior tanks together to create
better water for everyone!
Reducing Landfill
Our Watersheds project is to help reduce landfill
throughout the town, to do this, we came with a couple of solutions for this problem. By organizing
wheelie bins for food scraps for our local shops and
having our local lawn mowers lawn clippings picked
up and taken to the Kaniva Community Compost pit,
we are already making a great difference to our town
and the community. We will also be putting more
chooks around the school farm, organizing an education day and a Sunday waste day every week.
Sinead, Cally, Renae and Brittany.
Bianca, Lachlan and Louise
Careers News
UNCLASSIFIED
Good Afternoon Teachers, Principals and Careers Advisors,
I am delighted to announce that the HMAS Cerberus will be
hosting the first Women in Navy Work Experience Camp from
Monday November 24th until Friday November 28th. The Camp
is specifically for girls who are considering a career in
engineering. Students will stay on base at HMAS Cerberus for
the duration of the program. All meals are provided. The camp
will be supervised by both military and civilian personnel. There
is no cost to the student if they are selected to attend.
LINK Neighbourhood
House
Good Grief it’s Governance!
LINK is providing three wonderful, informative 1.5
hour workshops on Governance conducted by
Volunteering Western Victoria for your organisation.
These workshops are a must if you are on, or thinking
about going on a committee or board. By attending
these workshops your committee will be better placed
to achieve good outcomes for your
organisation and community.
NOTE CHANGE OF DATE
Session 1: Governance and Management - Thursday
30th October
Session 2: Roles and Responsibilities - 13th
November - TO BE CONFIRMED
Session 3: Plan for the future - 27th November - TO
BE CONFIRMED
Sessions from 7pm - 8:30pm
Cost: $25 per organisation
Placements are strictly limited. Applicants will be selected on
merit based on their responses to the selection criteria. In the
event that we receive an overwhelming number of outstanding
candidates, phone interviews may be conducted.
If you have female students in aged 16-18 who meet all of the
essential selection criteria and may be interested in attending,
please encourage them to contact me.
Kind regards
Christine Waugh
Work Experience Liaison Officer VIC/TAS
P: 03 9282 7305 I M: 0459 817 232 I F: 03 9282 3471
Learn to play chess
Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess,
but, not had the chance - well here it is! The Kaniva
College Yr 4 students want to teach YOU. Even if
you know how to play come along and have a game
with the students. FREE
When: 16th and 23rd of October from 2pm - 3pm.
Auslan Workshop (non-accredited training)
When: Monday 13th of October from 7pm – 9pm.
Introduction to signing facilitated by Tania Kuchel.
Learn how to sign everyday words to help you
communicate with deaf people.
West Wimmera Women in Ag
October 18th - visit to Sophie Thompson’s (ABC
Gardening Australia presenter) garden in Mt Barker.
October 23rd - Prepare yourself and your property for
the fire season. Session conducted by the CFA.
Everyone welcome to attend the above West
Wimmera Women in Ag sessions - please contact
Karen Rabone for more details.
Monday’s Roast special:
Chicken
Contact LINK for details and to register for all
courses: 53922865,
Kaniva LINK Neighbourhood House (Facebook) or
[email protected]
Alaine’s Swimming Lessons
Kaniva Pool
Tuesday or Thursday
Term 4 & Term 1
Lessons 2.30 to 6pm
$120 includes 9 lessons,
pool entry and
swimming carnival
Ph: 0447 084241
OR
Holiday Learn to Swim
$60 for 5 lessons
12th to 16th January
KANIVA YOUTH
(Year 6 and secondary school age welcome)
Friday Oct 24th
Kaniva Church of Christ
6.30pm Prov31 and GenOne
7.30pm OAC visit – games and more.
Approx finish time 10.00am
$2 donation
Contact Travis Carter 0447093047 or Millie
Carter 0403844548
Kaniva College Parents &
Friends Associaon
AGM and General meeng
will be held at 10am on
Tuesday 21st October, 2014 at
the School.
We need more people to
become acvely involved in
the Group or we will have to
go into recess. The future of
the KCP&FA will be
determined at the AGM.
PRELIMINARY NOTICE
BOOK FAIR
Nov 11th-14th Junior Site
Check out the books and be
ready for Christmas
Basketball Level O Coaching Clinic
Monday 27th October
4.30 to 6pm
Conducted by Trevor Newcombe Basketball
Development Officer
Basketball Victoria, Country
15-18 year olds undertaking the course will be funded by
West Wimmera Shire Council Youth Program
Adults $33.00
Numbers are limited
Names and further information contact Kim Hawker
0477931231
Old Time
Dancing
Lessons
Tuesday 21st October, 2014
7:30pm BYO nibbles
8pm Meeng
at the KLU Football Clubrooms
Ever wanted to learn
how to do Old-Time
dancing? Would you like
to brush up on your
dancing so you can
dance with daughter or
son at The Big Ball?
Bernie and Lyn Maddern
will be taking old time
dancing lessons in
Kaniva
(venue to be confirmed)
Dates: Tuesday 21st
October,
Wednesdays; 29th
October, 5th and 12th of
November
Time: 7:30pm-9pm,
Cost: $5 per couple
Register at LINK,
53922557
Apologies to the Secretary, Kerrie Dodson
Everyone welcome
Kaniva-Leeor United Netball Club Inc
AGM
WEST WIMMERA HEALTH SERVICE
2015 UNIVERSITY GAP YEAR POSITIONS VACANT
Catering/General Services Assistants
(Incorporating Olivers Café/Kiosk)
West Wimmera Health Service is seeking to employ young and vibrant individuals who would enjoy working in the hospitality
and health industry over the Summer period and throughout their 2015 University Gap Year.
Successful applicants will gain knowledge and skills in the provision of hospitality services, including Barista coffee making,
catering and environmental cleaning services.
Criteria required:
• Exceptional personal hygiene standards
• Excellent people skills
• Ability to work in a diverse environment
Employment will commence in January 2015.
For further information or to obtain Position Descriptions, please contact Mrs. Yvonne Jones, Hospitality & Environmental
Services Manager, telephone: 53914222 or email [email protected]
Written applications should be addressed to Mrs. Yvonne Jones and submitted by Friday 21st November 2014
** West Wimmera Health Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Mr. J.N. Smith,
Chief Executive Officer, West Wimmera Health Service, P.O. Box 231, NHILL, VIC. 3418.
Basketball teams
SENIOR TEAMS
Black
Blue
Corey Williams Blake Dodson
Red
Green
Zoe Hawker
Jock Maddern
White
Oskar McFarlane
Dylan Na/
Ma/hew Coleman William Braunstein Ma/hew Hicks
Emilyn Hodges
Jessy Mitchell
Joshua Ellio/
Jye Fiscalini
Finn McDonald
Gabby Hodges
Jimmy Mitchell Michael Dunn
Jemima Bothe
Harriet Hicks
Jacob Verrall
Levi Goodwin
Pippa Munn
Brooke Kuchel
Thomas Smson
Tavie Goodwin Jeremey Pearson
Kate Hawker
Darcy Holland
Jack Smson
Corey Na/
Fraser Bothe
Luke Shalders
Remmi King
Georgina King
JUNIOR TEAMS
Black
Blue
Red
Green
Liam Feder
Tyson Mitchell
Charles Hickman
Imogen Dickinson
Jesse Grant
Emersyn Ansell
Oliver Hickman
Tahlia Pearson
Ebony Williams
Abby McGowan
Charli Dodson
Zac Vivian
Nick Dunn
Alex Mulraney
Jess Hawker
Kyle Kuchel
Victoria Verrall
Toby Mulraney
Alexis Hawker
Max Goodwin
Riley Vivian
Ben McGowan
Patrick Munn
Emily Vivian
Milly Rabone
Sco/ Mitchell
Kane Hawker
Hannah Pearson
Bonnie Gordon
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Teams may change after first couple of weeks
TEAMS TO ARRANGE OWN COACHES
TOPS AVAILABLE WITH PAYMENT FROM MONDAY 20TH
FROM COLLEGE OFFICE.
SUBS: $55 if paid before Thursday 13th ($60 after 3rd game)
(Maximum payment $110 for families)
GAMES START NEXT THURSDAY 23RD OCTOBER
2014 Basketball Draw
Date
Juniors
23rd Oct
3.35
4.25
30th Oct
3.35
4.30
6th Nov
3.35
4.30
13th Nov
3.35
4.30
20th Nov
3.35
4.30
27th Nov
3.35
4.30
4th Dec
3.45
4.30
11th Dec
3.45
4.40
5th Feb
12th Feb
19th Feb
26th Feb
5th
March
12th
March
Seniors
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
Scorer/Timekeeper Senior
Red V Green
Hawker/Maddern
White V Black Williams/McFarlane
Green V Black McDonald/Na/
Red V Blue
Braunsen/Elliot
Black V Blue
Mitchell/Dunn
Green V White L Hicks/Hodges
Blue V White
King/Verrall
Black V Red
Goodwin/Fiscalini
White V Red
Smson/Bothe
Blue V Green
Pearson/Kuchel
Red V Green
Munn/Holland
White V Black McFarlane/Na/
Green V Black Shalders/Williams
Red V Blue
Hawker/Dodson
Black V Blue
Mitchell/Elliot
Green V White Maddern/Hodges
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
5.15
6.05
Blue V White
Black V Red
White V Red
Blue V Green
Red V Green
White V Black
Green V Black
Red V Blue
5.15
4.30
Teams
Scorer/Timekeeper
Red V Green
Dodson/Dickinson
Black V Blue
Feder/Mitchell
Red V Black
L Hawker/Grant
Green V Blue
Pearson/Ansell
Black V Green
Williams/Vivian
Red V Blue
Munn/McGowan
Black V Blue
Dunn/Mulraney
Red V Green
K Hawker/Kuchel
Green V Blue
Goodwin/McGowan
Red V Black
Hickman/Vivian
Blue V Red
Mitchell/Dodson
Black V Green
Rabone/Vivian
Red V Green
L Hawker/Pearson
Black V Blue
Verrall/Ansell
Green V Blue
Dickinson/McGowan
Red V Black
Gordon/Williams
Christmas Break
Blue V Red
Mulraney/K Hawker
Black V Green
Feder/Pearson
Red V Green
Hickman/Grant
Black V Blue
Rabone/Mitchell
Red V Black
Dodson/Dunn
Green V Blue
D Vivian/Ansell
Black V Green
S Vivian/ D Vivian
Blue V Red
Mulraney/L Hawker
S/Final 1st V
4th
S/Final 2nd V
3rd
6.05
S/Final 1st V 4th TBA
S/Final 2nd V
3rd
TBA
4.00
Grand Final
5.10
Grand Final
3.35
4.30
3.35
4.30
3.35
4.30
3.35
4.30
3.35
WANTED
Empty 1.25L or 2L soft drink
bottles. Please rinse them and
send them in to school to help
Jaden and Louise practice.
Dunn/Verrall
Goodwin/Bothe
Smson/Hawker
King/McDonald
Braunsen/L Hicks
McFarlane/Na/
Kuchel/Williams
Fiscalini/Coleman
Commi/ee
BLUE
Luke Shalders
Thomas Stimson
Darcy Holland
Corey Natt
Liam Feder
Tyson Mitchell
Jesse Grant
J D Roseburgh
Kyle Kuchel
Toby Mulraney
RED
Fraser Bothe
Jack Stimson
Jacob Verrall
Jeremey Pearson
Zac Vivian
Henry Bone
Patrick Munn
Bailey Roseburgh
Alex Mulraney
Max Goodwin
Cricket will begin this Saturday 18th October.
Be at the main oval at 9am
Please wear a hat or shirt in your teams colour
$30 subs to be paid to Pep ASAP
Milo
in2cricket
will be
POSTPONED
until further
notice.
Please let Pep Vivian know
if u are between prep and
grade 2 and are interested
in doing In2cricket this
year. Ph: 0407 340 566
MIXED NETBALL
Commences Friday 24th 5.30 at the courts
(Contact Billy, Hetty, Lucy or Lachie for further info)
Black
David Cole ©
Abby-jo Lawrence
Lachie Mills
Cally Shurdington
Joe Merrett
Duncan Shalders
Sinead Kuchel
Chelsea Watts
Red
Mel Maddern ©
Hetty Munn
Rachel Buttigieg
Daniel Hicks
Kylan Hendy
Kelly O’Neill
Tiarnee Vivian
Jaden Hendy
Dylan Natt
Blue
Renae Feder ©
Harry McFarlane
Anna Bale
Billy King
Sam Vivian
Bekki Wallis
Jonathon Kyle
Bianca Holland
White
Ashley Munn ©
Alice Maddern
Sharon Munn
Luke Grosser
Brittany Keam
Tiarnee Dyer
Kylie King
Jonny Dyer
For Sale
Old Junior Library Desktop computers
$60 each
Upgraded to 4GB RAM, 150GB HDD
USB Keyboard & Mouse
Windows 7 Home Premium Pre-installed
Does not include Monitor or Monitor cable
Badminton
Tuesday nights at 7pm
Kaniva sporting complex
$25 for the term or
$3 per night as a sub
For 8 weeks
Names to Helen 0427 922 391 before Tues 14th
Open to Year 7 and above
Senior Tennis
AGM
Wednesday 22nd
October
7.30 pm
KCTC
The Senior Tennis AGM
was cancelled due to a
lack of numbers to make a
quorum– The AGM has
now been rescheduled
If numbers are insufficient
senior tennis will recess for
2014/15 year- so if you want
to play this year please
come along
Junior Tennis
To commence on Friday 24th October.
Please complete the below and return it to the college office by Friday 17th October
Teams will be announced via the newsletter.
Youngsters Year 3 and up welcome to come for practise sessions- co-ordinated by Kim Hawker
and Tamara White.
I __________________________________ (Parent/Guardian) give permission for my son/s or daughter/s
Name_________________________________________ Year_________ DOB_________
Name_________________________________________ Year_________ DOB_________
Name_________________________________________ Year_________ DOB_________
to play Tennis for the 2014/2015 season.
Contact details for all participants
Address:_________________________________________
Email:___________________________________________ Phone: _______________________________
In the event of an accident or illness, I authorise the Kaniva Tennis Club to undertake whatever action or
treatment is deemed necessary.
Signed:_______________________________________ Date:___________________________
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