Cel­e­brat­ing 50 years

The Chronicle - - Our Town -

CEN­TE­NARY Heights State High School ad­min­is­tra­tion sup­port Julie-Anne Whit­taker was de­lighted with the com­mu­nity sup­port for this year’s school fair, cit­ing an at­ten­dance fig­ure of about 2000.

“We were very happy with the sup­port the school’s com­mu­nity showed on the day,” Mrs Whit­taker said.

“There was a wide range of ac­tiv­i­ties on the day to show­case the school.

“Ac­tiv­i­ties in­cluded a fash­ion pa­rade, which fea­tured teach­ers and some Year 11 stu­dents, as well as ta­lent shows and at­trac­tions.”

This year the fair co­in­cided with cel­e­bra­tions for the school’s 50th year teach­ing and shap­ing young minds.

Other ac­tiv­i­ties held through­out the year were the school’s re­union, a First Coat mu­ral and a float for the Car­ni­val of Flow­ers.

Pho­tos: Bev Lacey

FAIR DAY: Lynette Tran­ter (left) and Bon­nie Wa­ters en­joy the Cen­te­nary Heights State High School com­mu­nity fair.

Gabrielle Reimers (left) and her sis­ter Eve Reimers show their skills on the vi­o­lin at the com­mu­nity fair.

Cen­te­nary Heights State High School teacher Jodie Co­prum dunked at the ‘dunk-a-teacher’ tank at the com­mu­nity fair. gets

Oliver Mur­phy and his fa­ther Ken en­joy them­selves at the Cen­te­nary Heights State High School com­mu­nity fair.

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