Seeking Twilight Market Volunteers – Update 1

A thank you to the parents/carers who have nominated to volunteer with assisting at the school stalls at the upcoming Twilight Market on the 8 November . The online form has been updated to display the volunteer spots still available at each stall. We would greatly welcome your support to volunteer for this significant P&C fundraising event.

Seeking Twilight Market Volunteers - Update 1

    EARLY SET UP - General set up will include carrying and putting up school gazebos. Help with putting up signs and solar lights. Putting out bins, setting up tables and chairs, power to the stage area and other miscellaneous jobs. This may be physically demanding. BUMP IN - This will include helping us direct stall holders to their site, helping to connect stall power, directing stall holders to designated parking, setting up the information stand and any last minute tasks for school stalls. GENERAL PACK UP/BUMP OUT - This will include helping us to dismantle school gazebos, assist with the flow of stall holders, packing up chairs and tables, closing up power boxes, securing the school, rubbish pick up, moving bins and bin dumps, moving any other items etc.
    We require helpers for quick and easy set up/pack up and staffing the stall during market time. You will be collecting money and assisting children to select a picture.
    Assistance with cooking sausages on the barbecue and selling.
    Assistance with creating crazy hair styles and staffing our choc toss stall.
    Assistance with creating crazy hair styles and staffing our choc toss stall.
    Seeking Year 4 parent volunteers to assist with the selling of cake pops and donated cakes at the Twilight Markets.
    Assistance selling raffle tickets and helping with draws at the end of the night.
    To assist P&C staff with pre-sorting and pricing donations at the school P&C room.
    Assistance with the selling of the trash and treasure items.
    Assistance with lucky dip stall and selling cup cakes.
    Assistance with selling armbands and single ride tickets. During the day people will also be picking up pre-sold armbands.
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Sweet Bakery Day

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Recycle for Sight

Lions Recycle for Sight Australia Inc is part of the Lions Clubs International Worldwide Eyeglass Recycling Program, headquartered in Queensland and operating throughout Australia and overseas.

Recycle 4 Sight Australia has collected thousands of pairs of used spectacles, sunglasses, new frames and other equipment. The program distributes re-graded spectacles to many parts of the world to Lions Clubs, Rotary Clubs and other humanitarian organisations for distribution to poor people in need at no expense or obligation on the recipient.

Over the 15 years that the Australian program has existed, the program has delivered 2.5 million pairs to countries in Africa, Europe, Middle East, Indian Sub-continent, East Asia, and the Far East, including China, the countries of the Pacific Rim and Southern Asia and Oceania.

Bounty Boulevard State School alongside the Lions Club North Lakes is proud to support this worthwhile cause.  Over the next month we will be asking the school community to collect and drop off used spectacles.  These can be placed in the Drop Off Your Used Spectacles Box, located in the front office until 3:00pm, Friday 28 November 2014.

Further information about the Recycle 4 Sight program can be located at: http://lionsclubs.org.au/activities/health/vision-hearing/lions-recycle-for-sight-australia/

Crazy Science: The Crazy Scientist Strikes Back

All students were given the following letter on 22 October 2014 to take home.

Dear Parents / Carers,

On 29 October 2014 Artslink Queensland, will present The Crazy Scientist Strikes Back at Bounty Boulevard State School.

The Crazy Scientist Strikes Back

An interactive live performance about the weather, environmental change and planet Earth.

May the forecast be with you! Richard Scholes is back with some of the most exciting experiments from Crazy Science and H2Whoa! Plus new earth-shattering, lightning striking experiments that will change the way students see and feel the weather. Students will be let loose in a science lab where discovering the mysteries of planet earth and the weather are a top priority. The crazy scientist has devised some of the world’s wackiest experiments to explore the inner workings of the sun, cyclones, rain and clouds. But he needs some clever assistants to help him uncover the answers…Students will be drawn into the world of crazy science as they become part of the experiments and assist Richard as he brings the power of the weather into the classroom.

Crazy Science: The Crazy Scientist Strikes Back is a visual, messy, larger than life look at the way our wild world works.

To ensure that your child has the chance to participate in this experience, which is linked to our curriculum in the area of The Arts, please return the $6 admission fee in a named envelope by Tuesday 28th October 2014. There will be no late payments accepted so please pay by Tuesday 28th October 2014. Parents and Carers are encouraged to pay by internet banking. Direct deposits must appear in the bank account by the due date. Please ensure payments are made two days in advance. See below for details about how you can use internet banking when paying.

DATE:                   Wednesday 29 October 2014
TIME:

10:00am                Prep / Year 1

12:00pm                Year 2 / 3 & any Year 1 student who was swimming and missed the 10:00am session

2:00pm                  Year 4 / 5 & Year 6 / 7 Non-Campers

VENUE:                 Bounty Boulevard State School Middle Years Undercover Area
COST:                    $6.00

If you have any queries about the performance, please do not hesitate to contact the school administration office or visit the Artslink Queensland website.

Twilight Market Donations – Ingredients

on behalf of the Student Affairs Ministry

The Twilight Markets are coming up and the Student Affairs Ministry will be running a cupcake stall, along with a lucky dip stall. We would appreciate if you could donate some ingredients for the cupcakes (flour, sugar, eggs, lollies, etc.) and small toys or trinkets for the lucky dip. All money raised during the evening will go towards the Royal Flying Doctors mental health unit and the Country Women’s Association in Winton as it is the sister city of the Morton Bay Regional Council.

Anyone can donate ingredients, and anyone can try their luck on the lucky dip or have a taste of our delicious cupcakes. The event is being held at Bounty, on Saturday 8th of November. Please leave your donations with your classroom teacher. They will be collected by the student affairs ministry. The donations need to be brought in by Wednesday the 5th of November.

Thank you for helping.