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Grand Wash Auto Fundraising

Grand Wash Auto Fundraiser is here again running from 26th of March to 26th of June.  

Look out for the promotional tag that will be handed out this week to each family with IEPS unique code to enter in at the pay point of the carwash.  Any one can use the code - in fact the more the merrier!  Every premium car wash

earns IEPS $5.  Tell all your friends and family the code and they can support the school too. Simply enter the code 9075 and select Premium car wash.

 

Coles Sports for Schools 2018

Great news! We exceeded our goal: we collected 31 697 vouchers! We collected 17 080 vouchers on the fifth and sixth weeks of the program.

 

 

 

We have already started to send the vouchers to a Coles contractor in charge of the final counting. Soon we will be able to see how many vouchers were actually validated.

There are still 2 weeks to go (until 3rd April), keep collecting the vouchers! Don’t forget, everyone can be a part of it (family, friends, neighbours…)!

Last day to drop the vouchers at school will be 20th April.

If you wish to know more, visit coles.com.au/sfs.

Let’s our everyday shopping support our school!

Eglantine.

 

Hot Cross Buns

Thank you for ordering hot cross buns through our event: 37.5% of each order will benefit the school!

The hot cross buns will be baked by BreadWise, packed and distributed on the 23rd March. The collection will be held in the Performing Arts room from 3pm to 3.45pm.

If you are not able to collect them on that day and time, your hot cross buns will be left at the school office.

BreadWise makes a responsible and healthy choice by using organic flour in its breads. Organic flour is free from:

 

  • GMO

  • mould retardant

  • toxic chemicals

  • pesticides

  • irradiation

  • chemical fertilisers

If you wish to help on Friday 23rd March afternoon for packing the hot cross buns at BreadWise (no children allowed, exact time to be confirmed between 12pm and 2pm) or set-up the collection point, contact Eglantine:

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 0410 329 175

Enjoy Easter with hot cross buns!

 

Dad's Lawn Bowls Night

After much anticipation and a flurry of last minute planning, last Friday night saw the running of the highlight of the IEPS Dads’ social calendar: Dads' Bowls.  This was the ninth year of this auspicious annual event.  The weather was

looking a bit inclement on Thursday, but by Friday, it was blue skies and perfect weather for the big night.  

Running to schedule has never been a particular strength of the event, and it was possibly further hindered by the on-time arrival of our first pizza delivery from Larry's.  This quietened everybody down a bit, but also appeared to inhibit

any pre-game practice.  As 7pm rolled around there was a slow migration out onto the green, but still not much action.  However once the microphone was handed over to the commentative stylings of Murray "The Mouth" Mitchell  the

games finally got underway.

There were a few discrepancies with the scoring (it's unclear whether these were accidental or deliberate) but as we reached the end of round five there were four teams vying for the inaugural IEPS Dads Bowls perpetual trophy.  After

a quick semi-final play-off it came down to the mighty Team M (Fergus Dobbins, Mark Palavestra, Filip Suleski and their part-timer Jason Wood) and some other blokes in a slightly short-handed Team H (Marcus Heasly and Graham

Starkey).   Another end later, and the inaugural trophy was in the hands of Team M.

Thankfully this year's raffle prize was not won by anyone on the organising committee, but by Brad Pearce.  Second prize went to an unnamed individual, but was shared and enjoyed in the community spirit to which these events have

become synonymous.  

Even a couple of former bowls organisers couldn’t stay away.  Ed Griffiths, organiser for the last eight years and the first life member of the IEPS Dads Bowls event, joined us and Stan Eliadis, who has also worked tirelessly in

previous years to help run the event dropped in.  

We would like to thank everyone who attended, Paul and the team at Foodworks, who provided us with snacks and some great prizes for the event and the raffle. Special thanks is reserved for the good folk at the East Ivanhoe Bowls

club who were extremely patient with their hospitality, tuition and guidance.  

If you missed us this year be sure to secure you’re ticket early for the next one.  We look forward to seeing you all again next year!

There are a few photos of the evening on https://dadsbowls.com.au/photos and hopefully a few more to come over the next week or so.

 

 

Coles Sports for Schools 2018

Dear Parents and Community,

It is now the fourth week of Coles Sports for Schools program. Last week 2 470 vouchers were collected. This week collection was even more impressive: 4 033 vouchers! Which makes a total of 6 503 vouchers!

Our goal is to collect 20 000 vouchers to allow Mr Bartlett (our PE teacher) to buy  equipment such as ribbons for athletics and swimming, soccer balls and diverse target challenges.

Don’t forget, the program runs from 7th February to 3rd April and everyone can be a part of it (family, friends, neighbours…). Keep collecting vouchers!

If you wish to know more, visit coles.com.au/sfs.

Let’s shop together to renew some of the school’s sports equipment.

Eglantine