Principal’s Message | Dr Michael Carroll
Dear members of the Terrace Family,
We are now at the halfway point of the term, and the assignment load is starting to peak. With all the other aspects of College life continuing, it is even more important that all students continue to plan their weekly routines to accommodate training, rehearsals, assignment preparation and revision. It is tempting for students to put off assignment work, saying they will do it later, but early planning and consistent work on assignments will ensure the best results. Term 2 is progressing quickly, with exams for Years 5 to 11 starting 9 June, only 13 school days away.
This week I have been attending the EREA National Principal’s Conference in Brisbane. The Conference theme is ‘Look out your Window to the Quay’. Professor Yong Zhao from the University of Kansas has presented several sessions focused on student self-determination and autonomy. Today, a selection of Year 12 representatives from the Brisbane based EREA schools presented their views about taking ownership of their learning. Jake Laherty and Luke Ames represented Terrace on the Student Panel and were both outstanding in their insights. Our future is in excellent hands if the young people who presented at the conference are indicative of the leaders of tomorrow. The conference finishes on Saturday evening with a farewell Mass and dinner for Dr Wayne Tinsey (retired EREA Executive Director), Mr Geoff Doyle (retired EREA Director of Stewardship) and Br Paul Oakley (retired EREA Council President). All three men have dedicated their lives to education and were all foundational leaders in the establishment of EREA. On behalf of the Terrace Family, I thank Wayne, Geoff and Br Paul for their dedication and service to EREA and Terrace. Thank you, gentlemen.
Over recent weeks, Mr Damien Cuddihy has been speaking with students about what it means to be a Gentleman of Terrace. He has also discussed situations where some students have failed to uphold the proud tradition of being a Gentleman of Terrace. Issues such as uniform, punctuality, behaviour on public transport and showing respect for the dignity of each person have all been identified as areas in need of further improvement. While some might view these as relatively minor issues, we firmly believe that it is the collective expectation that is so important in the development of Gentlemen of Terrace. We make no apologies for continuing to have high expectations around student behaviour. We will continue to reinforce that the opportunity and privilege of attending Terrace also come with responsibilities.
As mentioned in recent Terrace News articles, The Terrace Timor Network and Terrace have launched the new Kolega Timor Coffee in conjunction with Merlo Coffee. The new product and order details have recently been featured in several posts across our various social media platforms. At Terrace this week, we have been celebrating Timor Week, which is very appropriate in light of the recent coffee launch. I encourage families, businesses and workplaces to consider converting their current coffee supply to Merlo Kolega Timor Coffee. You can order our Merlo Coffee by simply clicking on the link below and providing your details. For every bag sold, $10 goes directly to the work TTN is supporting in Timor. The coffee is excellent and made entirely from Timorese beans freshly roasted each week at Merlo. The link for ordering is here.
Finally, this week, I would like to provide details of the first of the Pillars outlined in the College’s Strategic Plan – Towards 150. I encourage you to review the goals identified for ‘Our Faith’ development across the next five years,
- Integrate contemporary faith formation experiences and Catholic Social Teachings throughout College life.
- Embrace diversity and inclusivity.
- Embed and support justice, service learning, ecological awareness and advocacy within the curriculum and College practices.
- Share and celebrate Terrace’s story of 150 years of Catholic Education in the Edmund Rice tradition.
Have a great week.
Dean of Identity | Mr Terry Thompson
For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me (Matthew 25:35)
This week we celebrate Timor-Leste Week. For those new to the College, the Christian Brothers and the Timorese connection began in 1999 when Brother Dan Courtney (GT 1964) started his missionary work in Timor-Leste. Since then, the Christian Brothers have played a significant role in rebuilding the nation.
Terrace began its connection with Timor-Leste in 2005 with a Year 10 student Immersion experience. Terrace students returned and spoke about the poverty they witnessed. Deeply impacted by the stories, parents formed what is now known as the Terrace Timor Network (TTN).
Although the Christian Brothers completed their missionary work in 2018, the TTN continues to support Timor-Leste in health, education, and sustainable economic development.
Terrace has continued with a Year 10 Immersion in Timor-Leste annually (although, sadly, the 2020/21 trips were unable to go ahead). As the Terrace Family, we stand in solidarity with the Timorese people and join them in liberating their country beyond struggle and sacrifice and into hope and happiness. As the Terrace Family, never underestimate the role each of us plays in this collective friendship. Whether through a cup of Kolega coffee (Kolega means ‘friend’ in Tetum) or a conversation with another about Timor-Leste.
Multicultural Australia – Work and Welcome program
For 22 years, Multicultural Australia (formerly Multicultural Development Australia) has been welcoming refugees, people seeking asylum, international students and other new arrivals to Queensland to create a fairer, more prosperous society for all Queenslanders. Multicultural Australia supports more than 5000 newly arrived Queenslanders every year. They help our newest arrivals to settle into their new lives, build connections in their communities, find work and study opportunities, learn new skills and feel at home (Multicultural Australia, 2021).
This term, we welcome Mr Hakim Mokhlis as a new staff member in the College’s Maintenance team. Hakim joins us for Term 2 through the Work and Welcome program. The Work and Welcome program is a highly successful initiative operated by Multicultural Australia that provides direct assistance to refugees, international students, people seeking asylum, and migrants, through paid work opportunities. This program has been generously supported by Terrace staff over the past six years, and I would sincerely like to thank all who have contributed thus far.
It is only through the continued fortnightly salary contributions from Terrace staff that we can provide opportunities to individuals to develop the skills and confidence needed to find ongoing sustainable employment through local experience. Hakim, a refugee from Afghanistan, will be able to benefit from the Work and Welcome program this term.
More information about Multicultural Australia and the Work and Welcome program can be found here.
On behalf of Hakim, thank you to the staff who have made his placement possible, and for the warm welcome that he has already received. Many thanks also to Mr Nick Jeffrey and the Maintenance team for enabling such a program here at the College.
Live Jesus in our Hearts…Forever.
Dean of Students | Mr Damien Cuddihy
At this time of the term, we notice that students start to enter the red zone, with Week 7 officially known as the wobble week. Drafts for assignments are due, and the preparation for the upcoming examination period starts to increase. Many of you will also notice the correlation between this and the rising levels of stress and anxiety in your sons. The topic of managing stress and anxiety is continuing to grow in importance in schools. We know that some stress and anxiety are a good thing, as they are a part of life and can assist us in performing at our best. However, keeping anxiety at an appropriate level is more important than completely protecting students from stressful situations. Below, I have included some tips for parents that research tells us can assist with managing anxious students and adolescents:
- Provide support and encouragement but do not fuss too much
- Reward non-anxious behaviours
- Selectively ignore anxious behaviours and focus on positives instead
- Encourage risk-taking in small steps
- Provide opportunities for developing independence
- Allow them to experience the natural consequences of their anxiety safely
- Breathing exercises, music and appropriate physical activity
- Know who to ask for help – Pastoral Care Mentors, House Deans, College counsellors or health professionals
At assembly late last week, I made several strong remarks about aspects of student conduct that needs to improve in the day to day running of the College. I am seeking your support with the following:
- Please remind your son to polish his shoes
- Blazers and hats are to be worn to and from the College
- Go Cards need to be activated and used by students
- If your son uses public transport, he must stand up for members of the public and always use appropriate language
- Students need to cross at the lights when transitioning to and from the College
- Please dispose of old socks that no longer stay up
- Akubras with large holes need to be replaced
- Students wearing long pants need short black, grey or navy blue socks
- If students choose to remain at Football to watch the 1st XI play, they need to change into their formal school uniform, including the white shirt and red HPE cap
Finally, the College staff have been focusing on improving student punctuality over the past two weeks. Students have been reminded on several occasions about the need to prioritise this during the school day. Formal consequences will be issued to students who persist in arriving late to classes or the College. Next week is hair week at Terrace. Those boys who make the conscious decision to get just enough cut off for day one need to get another haircut.
Dean of Studies | Mr Mason Hellyer
Our Years 11 and 12 students have been through a busy period of the term, with a large number of formative internal assessment (Year 11) and summative internal assessment (Year 12) drafts and task due. Each fortnight, the College Leadership Team meets with the Year 11 and 12 cohorts to discuss a wide range of topics regarding their progress through the year. This week’s focus was on the management of self, with a focus on creating strong habits to manage mental health and assessment loads. Consequently, my challenge to our senior students, and therefore to the whole student body is this:
- Are you working every day to be the best student that you can be?
- Are you 'present' in class?
- Are you an active learner?
- Do you seek out assistance when required?
- Are you taking advantage of the wonderful opportunities that Terrace has to offer – academic, service, co-curricular, leadership, interpersonal?
At this point of the term, assignments are due and exam timetables will shortly be released. It is important that students continue to work hard during this period in order to ensure that they are well placed moving into the exam block. Revision for exam subjects should be occurring. Boys are also encouraged to access staff, peer and Old Boy tutoring to supplement learning where needed.
Years 9 and 10 students will have made selections regarding their choice for History / Geography for Semester 2. If this has not occurred, please contact the Waterford office (Year 10) or the Studies office (Year 9). Additionally, Year 8 students have made their Semester 2 choice for Performing Arts, choosing either Visual Art, Drama or Music. Confirmation of subject selections and class allocations will occur shortly, with changes reflected in Term 3 timetables.
Dean of Waterford | Mr Luke Gribble
It has been a busy period for our Year 10 boys, with much happening both inside and outside the classroom. We sat the Math mid-term exam today, and assignment drafts and final dates are rapidly approaching. Over the next two weeks, the boys will need to stay on top of their assignment work before switching to exam preparation.
Last Friday, Brainstorm Productions delivered an excellent performance to get our students thinking about their personal development and social interactions. The ‘Hurting Game’ is a resilience program successfully rolled out across high schools around Brisbane. The primary objective of the performance is to help teenagers explore the skills they need to cope with life’s challenges, help them build resilience, and engage in more meaningful connections. The sensitive topic of antisocial behaviour using social media as a communication medium was approached. The program highlighted how a simple post could have devastating and long-term effects if students do not use discernment.
Last weekend a group of Year 10 boys joined forces with Year 10 students from All Hallows’ to be ‘buddies’ on our first Edmund Rice Head to Heart camp for 2021. Edmund Rice Camps provide experiences for young people aged 7-16 years who would not usually be able to enjoy a weekend of fun away from home. The camps also provide welcome respite for parents and families that need our support. Thank you to everyone involved, and I hope our boys enjoyed getting to know their little buddy and reflected on the privileges many of us have.
Head to Heart Camp volunteers pictured below: Keiran Mills, Rohan Bell, Will Ames, Liam Cleary, Cian Moley, Sam Coronis as well as Fallon Chan, Declan Farrell and Cooper Hilleary (absent from photo).
Another service opportunity for our Waterford boys is the St Mary’s of the Cross Homework Club. A wonderful group of Waterford boys have volunteered to assist at St Mary’s on Tuesday afternoons. The Terrace boys have been enthusiastically getting to know the younger students, and the St Mary’s students are very excited to get help from the big boys from Terrace. It is a lovely service opportunity enjoyed by all.
The ladies at reception have noticed an increasing number of students asking for a Uniform Pass as they have forgotten their blazer or ID Card. Please note the ID Card is an essential school item required for getting into the Waterford building, for purchases at the tuck shop and library purposes. The blazer and hat are items that students should be wearing to and from school every day, regardless of the method of transport. A dinner conversation reminding your sons to bring these items and keep personal items locked away in lockers will ensure the safety of these items throughout the day.
Have a great week!
Director of Culture | Mr Matt Cocking
QDU Debating is heading towards the finals. Congratulations to our Senior A, 12.2, both Year 11 teams, 10.1, 10.2, all the Year 9 teams, 8.1 and 8.3. These teams all remain undefeated. It looks as though the finals will have Terrace vs Terrace in some year levels!
GT v AHS Debate
The annual All Hallows’ School vs Terrace debate will be held at AHS on Monday 7 June. The audience is restricted to select invitees. However, if you would like to go, please contact Mr Ali for the information. Tickets are $10.
The Interschool Secondary Chess Tournament was held this week and 12 Terrace boys won 29 games and drew 9 against a very strong field of nearly 300 players from across South-East Queensland. Many of the players had much higher chess rankings than our Gentlemen of Terrace, so boys should be congratulated on their fearless enthusiasm. We particularly congratulate Year 7 student Colin Lam, who played especially well and is to be congratulated as the new addition to our Premier team.
Well done to our Waterford String Orchestra, who performed at the EREA Principal’s Conference this week. Congratulations also to both the Drumline who helped send off our GPS Cross Country students in the Tunnel, and our Fanfare Trumpeters who heralded them at the Presentation Assembly.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to Miss Maddisyn Dixon-Whitbourne, who joins our Music program as a Strings tutor.
Support Group meetings
The next DSG and TPA meetings will be Tuesday 25 May. Support Group meetings will be held online if necessary.
- Debating Support Group - DSGChair@terrace.qld.edu.au
- Terrace Performing Arts. TPAChair@terrace.qld.edu.au.
Staying in touch
To keep in touch with all things Cultural, we would suggest you download the Terrace App and follow us on Twitter to ensure you don’t miss anything. If you have any photographs or video that you would like to share, please tag us.
TWITTER | @GTCulture
INSTAGRAM | terrace_gtculture
YOUTUBE | Terrace Culture YouTube Channel
Director of Music | Mr Derek Rose
This week I experienced a simple but thoughtful gesture from one boy to another during a Music class. To the onlooker, it would have seemed reasonably insignificant. Still, for this boy, it signified far more. It created an environment of inclusion, warmth and welcome, accepting individuals’ differences and celebrating their achievements regardless of their physical and or intellectual limitations that are so easily taken for granted. As we interact with each other as a Terrace Family, I am reminded of a passage from Ecclesiastes;
Two are better than one . . . for if they fall, one will lift up the other. (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10)
EREA Principals Conference
This week, the Waterford String Orchestra was invited to represent the College at this year’s National EREA Principals and Business Managers Conference. The Orchestra performed at a lunchtime function on the grounds of St Stephen’s Cathedral. Thank you to Mrs Kelly for all her efforts in supporting and preparing the boys for their performance. All boys should be immensely proud of their performance and the way they represented Terrace.
Quote of the Week
Music begins inside human beings, and so must any instruction. Not at the instrument, not with the first finger, nor with the first position, not with this or that chord. The starting point is one’s own stillness, listening to oneself, the being ready for music. Listening to one’s own heartbeat and breathing. Carl Orff
Music Practice Hall Term 2
Music Practice Hall recommenced this week. What an excellent opportunity for your son to benefit from assistance as he practices his instrument. With a range of trained professionals here to assist your son, I urge all parents and caregivers to support their son’s participation in this initiative each Monday 3.15 – 5pm.
- Tuesday 25 May - TPA Meeting
- Saturday 5 June - Pep Band performance
- Sunday 6 June - Norman Clarke Concert
The Weekly Wrap
The inaugural Indigenous Round match against a resilient Toowoomba Grammar School proved very successful for the Terrace Football program. We are now a step closer to becoming a real force in Football across the GPS.
Congratulations to the 8D team, who were behind 2-1 before a late rush of goals managed to get the boys a 4-2 win. Our Year 5s continue to shine with some outstanding performances, none better than the thriller in the 5E game where they claimed a 5-4 victory with standout performers Carter Fallon and Henry Andrews. Special mentions need to go to the 8A Goalkeeper George Plusnin, who, despite the team’s loss, pulled off some outstanding saves to keep his team in the match. As a program against TGS, we managed 21 wins, three draws and three losses, while across the whole program, Terrace won 29 games, drew three and lost nine.
Our Round 5 battle against Nudgee College promises to be an exciting fixture across the board. Both 1st XI teams are undefeated, and we ask all GT supporters to come and cheer on the 1st XI as we step closer to claiming the GPS title.
For the 1st XI, the match against TGS was the toughest game of the season so far. Will Harris made two outstanding saves on either side of halftime, which saw a 2-1 score at full time. Despite some heavy pressure at the TGS end of the pitch, we went into halftime down 1-0. Will Harris’ second-half save was an amazing effort. A deflection from a Rhys Gray shot drew the scores level at 1-1. We hit the lead soon after, with Aaron Dempsey scoring his first goal of the season.
The tough fixture was the best preparation for the St Joseph’s Derby possible. Good luck to all players this weekend.
Captains’ Corner | Vice Captain, Eden Chan
If you have ever had the misfortune of sitting next to me in class, you will know that I have a bit of an obsession with philosophy. Sartre, Jung, Camus – it is a field of intellectual pursuit I adore, and equally, one I still struggle to understand. Often, I find myself having to reread whole paragraphs of text within books. Even then, I sometimes find myself staring at a series of seemingly unrelated ideas – nothing more than a collection of random words printed in succession. But after finishing Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations just a few weeks ago, I found myself miraculously understanding parts of his work. Yet, while Aurelius’ stoic guidance on life and the nature of our existence was suddenly coherent to me, I still felt an unsettling sense of confusion. How do I dwell on the beauty of life? And how should I best look into thyself? Indeed, I felt Aurelius’ thoughts – although masterful by any philosophical standard – were wholly inapplicable in my own life – life tips for a Roman Emperor, not for a 17-year-old.
About a day or two into reading the book, though, I came across a sentence that truly resonated with me:
You have power over your mind – not outside events
And isn’t that true? I think we often take on the idea that we are meant to be on a perfect journey at the College. But, unfortunately, there will be times when things get tough. There will be times when you are struggling to complete an assignment on time. And there will undoubtedly be times when you are losing 4-0 out at Tennyson (not a great feeling, I can assure you). In these times, we must look to control our views on things, not to change the unchangeable. That is to say, let us not dwell on the fact that we are losing 4-0, but rather, let us look to even the score, to have power over our minds. I genuinely believe it is in adopting this attitude towards life that we might make the most out of our time at the College.
However far removed Aurelius’ message in Meditations may be from life as a schoolboy in Brisbane, I urge every Terracian to take what they can from his work. So, the next time you are stressing over uncontrollable events or details, look not to dedicate time and effort to them but to instead focus on what you can control – your perspective.
Because as Marcus Aurelius writes, realise this, and you will find strength.
NEWSFLASH – three weeks to go!
We are very excited to announce a bonus to your ticket purchase to Terralicious’21. Thanks to the generosity of Complete Skin and Beauty, each attendee will receive a complimentary facial voucher valued at $89.
Congratulations to Brigid Xavier, who bought the first ticket to Terralicious’21. She has unlocked access for her and a fellow ticket purchaser to VIP front row runway seats.
Be sure to get in and purchase your ticket ASAP. There will be VIP access passes and giveaways each week in the lead up to the event. To be in the draw, purchase your Event Ticket via the following link https://events.humanitix.com/terralicious-fashion-parade-2021
Terralicious’21 on Instagram
Don’t forget you can also keep up to date with all the latest on Terralicious’21! You will find access to event information and raffle tickets, information on sponsors, prizes, competitions for VIP access passes, and of course, fabulous fashion from our parade labels, including Bella Boutiqo, Biffi Australia, Carmague, Hummingbird, LunaMay, Palma Martin, Sacha Drake and White Label Noba.
Terralicious’21 Black Raffle
Thanks to our wonderful event sponsors, including Spicers Retreats, McKinney’s Jewellery, and Bright People, there are three fantastic prizes on offer in the Terralicious’21 Black Raffle. This raffle is open to the whole community and tickets can be purchased online until 10 June. We are most grateful to our major sponsors for their support of Terrace.
Afterparty at Cloudland
An integral part of the Terralicious’21 event is the afterparty. We are again set for a fun afterparty at Cloudland this year as per below:
- Free bus travel from RNA venue to Cloudland
- Exclusive VIP access for Terralicious’21 guests from 3pm
- DJ will be playing tunes that will make it hard to resist dancing
- Two delicious signature cocktails especially for our event – Damien’s Downfall and Mother’s Magic
- French Champagne offered at a special price of $85 per bottle for Mumm and $35 per bottle for Cremant de Bourgogne Brut
- Delicious bar snacks available for purchase
Terralicious’21 Red Raffle
We are also offering a Red Raffle on the day. The premier prize donated courtesy of the very generous Bickle Family is:
Halcyon House two night stay in a Classic Room valued at $1960 with the following inclusions:
- Welcome drink on arrival featuring Ink Gin by Husk Distillers
- Daily à la carte breakfast
- Nightly four-course Paper Daisy dinner
- 5pm aperitif in Paper Daisy each evening
- Complimentary mini-bar (refreshed daily)
- Use of Halcyon House bicycles and McTavish Surfboards
- Use of Halcyon Spa steam room during your stay
There are a host of other gorgeous prizes to win to Spice Up your life:
- Stylist Kerrie Carucci Wardrobe Edit or Stylist Guided Shopping trip valued at $600 sponsored by Own It Homes.
- Creating Students Gold Package for academic mentoring in Term 3 valued at $1250
- Ted and Lil Photography mini family session valued at $1395
- Kailo Wellness Medispa 60 min specialised massage and 60 min Biologique Recherche facial valued at $500
- The Modern Furniture Store - $500 voucher
- Golf Central Two hours ladies’ clinic for six people, including lunch and champagne valued at $400
- Stephanies Luxury Spas Opal Rasul Steam Therapy for two valued at $278
- Limited Edition book on the life and family of Keri Craig valued at $250
- $200 James St gift card
- The Port Office Hotel $200 voucher
- La Costa Bar and Restaurant $200 voucher
- Cooking Class at Golden Pig valued at $180
- Olive Thyme Restaurant $150 voucher
- Boardwalk Tavern $100 voucher
- Victoria Park Golf Club $100 voucher
- Raw Power Yoga Albion five-pack of yoga classes valued at $180
- Tickets to European Masterpieces exhibition at Goma
- Brisbane Festival Experience includes tickets to a show and complimentary drinks
- Riverbend Books - Bag of books including Maggie Dent’s new release From Boys to Men
And more …
As you can see, we have some fantastic prizes to be won on the day plus a few others in the pipeline. It is not too late to donate to this fabulous raffle and support our major fundraising event for 2021. Please email Hayley McBrien at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be a part of this event.
Please find all your upcoming Terrace Family event details below...
Limited edition Terrace Timor bucket hats available to order now
$15 from every hat ordered will be donated to the Terrace Timor Network
- Order: Online via the link below or boys can order in person (card sales only)
- Orders and sizing: Lunch Wednesday 19 May - Friday 20 May at the Kolega Cafe (main campus) or Morning Tea Thursday 20 May at Waterford Place. Students are strongly encouraged to check sizing at these times.
- Delivery: Early Term 3
*The limited-edition hat is a fundraising initiative of the 2021 College Captains and it can only be worn as part of the uniform at designated Timor sporting rounds.Timor Bucket Hat | Order Here
The Year 12 commemorative jersey is now available to order
As sizes vary to other items in the Shop, students are strongly encouraged to attend the Terrace Shop to try on a sample for correct sizing prior to ordering online
The Terrace Shop is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 7.30am – 12 noon and 12.40pm – 3.30pm
The deadline for orders is Thursday 27 May and delivery is expected late Term 3. Any late orders will incur a surcharge (from Canterbury) and will not be guaranteed delivery before the end of the year due to Covid-19 shipping delays
Any queries can be directed to
Terrace Shop | email@example.com | 3214 5258
The Terrace Family is invited to a night under the stars at the Tennyson Moonlight Cinema, in support of Headspace.
Details: Friday 21 May | From 5.00pm
Venue: Tennyson Playing Fields, Vivian St Tennyson
Cost: $10pp (+ booking fees) | Children under 5 free
- Pizza and BBQ food trucks.
- Movie snacks and drinks available to purchase.
- BYO chairs/picnic blanket
For further information, please contact
Terrace Communications | firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Friday 4 June | 7.00 - 8.30am
Venue: The Marquee, Victoria Park Golf Complex
Cost: $60pp or $560 Table of 10 | Includes hot sit-down breakfast
RSVP: Please RSVP via the below link by 2 June
For further event information or sponsorship enquires, please contact
Erin Bowpitt | GTOBA@Terrace.qld.edu.au
An afternoon of fashion, fun and some fundraising to support This is a Conversation Starter (TIACS). TIACS is a charity dedicated to changing the mental health services landscape, working to make support accessible and affordable, and in doing so, reduce the number of suicides, particularly by young men in Australia.
This year's parade will highlight the latest fashion from Camargue, Hummingbird, Luna May, Palma Martin, Sacha Drake and White Label Noba. We wish to thank these organisations for their generous support and enthusiasm.
Details: Friday 11 June | From 11.30am
Venue: Royal International Convention Centre (RNA) | Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills
Cost: $140pp (+ booking fees) | Includes welcome glass of champagne, canapés, two fork dishes, a voucher for FREE custom 1/2 hour facial valued at $89 from any of the 10 Complete Skin & Beauty stores & a chance to win dinner for four at The Balfour Kitchen & Bar
RSVP: Please RSVP using the below ticket link by Friday 4 June
For further event information or enquiries, please contact
Loretta Olivotto | email@example.com | 0419 821 762
Terralicious Black Raffle tickets are now on sale, with some amazing prizes up for grabs for all the Terrace Family.
All proceeds will go directly to supporting for this year's Terralicious Fashion Parade charity, This is a Conversation Starter.
- 1st prize - Spicer's Retreat Escape valued at $6500
- 2nd prize - McKinney's Jewellers voucher valued at $5000
- 3rd prize - Apple package sponsored by Bright People valued at $2000
Tickets $20 each or 3 for $50 (+ booking fees) via the below link.Black Raffle Tickets | Purchase Here
Mahoney House mothers and all the Terrace Family are invited to a special screening of "June Again" in support of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Services
Details: Sunday 13 June | 1pm for 2pm movie start
Venue: New Farm Cinema, 701 Brunswick St New Farm
Cost: $20.50 per ticket (+ booking fee) | Include movie admission and fundraising support for ATSICHS
RSVP: Seats strictly limited. Please RSVP via the below link ASAP
For further information, please contact
Steven Hohn | Mahoney House Dean | StevenHohn@Terrace.qld.edu.au
The Non State Schools Transport Assistance Scheme
The Non State Schools Transport Assistance Scheme provides financial assistance for families transporting students to non state schools in Queensland. To find out more about eligibility requirements visit schooltransport.com.au.
Applications for the the Scheme are now open and must be submitted by 31 May 2021. Visit schooltransport.com.au.