to Brittany Wilson (Yr11) for making the Western Region Soccer team for the second year in a row. Congratulations also to Emily Price (Yr12), Becky Thornberry (Yr10) Ashley McLean (Yr10) and Joanna Balcombe (Yr9) who also trialled strongly on the day.
BARKCHIP MULCH NEEDED
The school gardens are in need of more mulch. If anyone is getting a tree cut down and getting it mulched, or see the mulching unit in town, we are after a load or two of barkchips please. It can be dropped off at the back of the school (Ag entrance). The gardens will love it and it saves lots of work weeding!
If anyone would like to volunteer to help in the garden contact Ash Wright 0427 448480
COWRA & DISTRICT SOCCER 2014 WINTER COMPETITION REGISTRATIONS
Registration for Canowindra players (ages 5-18)
Date: Wednesday March 12th & Wednesday March 19th Time: 3:30 – 5pm
Where: Canowindra High School
Cost: Under 8’s & below $60, Under 9’s & above $90
-New players must bring birth certificates to registration. -Please be aware the committee cannot guarantee that friends will be placed on the same teams.
-All games are played in Cowra on Saturday mornings. Competition starts May 3rd & ends approx. September.
-Please consider becoming your child’s team coach. We are always keen for, & welcome, parent help. Let someone know at registration if you are interested.
-Late registration incurs a $10 fine.
BACK OFF BULLY-RELAUNCH
E-man from Justice Crew (‘Australia’s Got Talent’ winners 2010, Aria single ‘Boom Boom’, MKR Theme song ‘Best Night’) will be back too! E-man will be at Canowindra High School for the relaunch of BOB – Back off Bully campaign that was initiated at the school in 2011.
The relaunch is timed to coincide with Harmony Day, Friday 21st March. Students will attend a presentation commencing at 10 am that will include Year 12 student input, E-man and a presentation by Black Dog (who will address mental health issues). Other activities will include a ‘Pavement Chalk Drawing Competition’ and free cake and drink at recess. Members of the community experienced in adolescent counselling will be on hand to answer student questions.
Students will be encouraged to participate in the Mufti theme for the day – that is, dress in orange coloured clothing. Parents are also invited to attend.