Night for ladies, day for U8s

Central Telegraph - - LIFE SCHOOLS -

WE HAD two very big weeks at Redeemer. Two big, but ful­fill­ing weeks. Two weeks where we had the com­mu­nity vis­it­ing us, and where we once again cel­e­brated the great com­mu­nity feel­ing that only a true “Biloe­lean” would un­der­stand.

We had a suc­cess­ful Ladies Evening where the aim was to launch our Redeemer Recipe Book, Be

In­spired, but the fun we had was just as im­por­tant and we in­dulged in ex­cel­lent dishes – some pre­pared by stu­dents and some by staff.

We danced the night away to the mu­sic of our amaz­ing duo In­no­cent Eve, had a few games which were awarded with fancy wine and, of course, showed off our beau­ti­ful frocks.

We were just be­ing girls and had an amaz­ing time.

Thank you to ev­ery­one who turned up, brought a friend, bought a book and joined in with such zest.

We are al­ready plan­ning the next one.

On Satur­day we opened our doors and play­ground to all the Un­der 8s in town, and re­ceived some ex­cel­lent feed­back.

All staff manned a sta­tion and the lit­tle ones were al­lowed to cook in home ec.

They be­came sci­en­tists in the lab, danced with a zil­lion bal­loons in the mul­ti­pur­pose build­ing and then rolled around in the mud pit.

We were amazed at the turnout and once again the PFC cooked the best sausages, which at­tracted even more peo­ple.

This is a prom­ise in print that we will do this again!

Vicki Fowler and Ca­t­rina Stevens were the driv­ing force be­hind the Redeemer Recipe Book.


Sam Gour­ley thor­oughly en­joyed Un­der 8s Play Day.

Mud mad­ness in the Prep gar­den.

Ka­t­rina Engel, San­dra Wass, Amie McDougall and Denise Fol­lett en­joy the Ladies Evening.

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