Night for ladies, day for U8s
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.