2019 Solomon Island Trivia and Silent Auction Evening has been run and won.
Four St. Peter’s College Year 12 students have put up their hands in 2019 to take part in our Solomon Islands Immersion Program.
A big part of the Program is to raise funds for our sister school Bishop Epalle Catholic School in Honiara. Funds are used by the school to deliver improved teaching facilities enhancing students learning outcome.
A Big Thank You goes to our four students, their families for the work they have put in behind the scenes since the beginning of the year, to put this annual event on. Sluka Family, Brack Family, Trajkovski Family and Mattei Family.
We also acknowledge those companies and individuals who donated goods and services for the night.
Palotti Retreat Centre, Jessica Paynter Nutritional Medicine, Jannette Linahan, Total Diesel Services, Frontier Touring, R Marine Jackson’s, Cootes Quarry Products, The Sports Injury Clinic Frankston, Tilnak, Corsair Cleaning, Brians Meats Marriott Waters SC, Carol Carter, Lazer Clinic Cranbourne Park, Selandra Rise Amcal Pharmacy, Gemini Catering Equip, MD Cubed – Diana DeZilwa, VRC, AFL South East, AAA Peninsular Hire Cars, F45 Training, Emma Lloyd Smith, Elikon Printers, Safer Communities, Cranbourne Turf Club, Hip Pocket, Y2Architecture, Glenn Collins, Spotless Catering, Diana Van Eck, Viv Hayes, AFL Sports Ready, Good Things Merchandising, Jackie Dean, Tarakovski Family, Pauline Richards Local MP Vic Gov., Rachael Tharle, Ranfurlie Golf Club, Pat Grant, Julie Banda, Amstel Club, Settlers Run Golf Course, SBI Quarries, Tradewinds Recruitment, Garrleigh Trophies, Hampson Family, St. Agatha’s Parishioners, Darren The Party Man, Polias Family, St. Thomas The Apostle Parishioners, Mattei Family, Brack Family, Trajkovski Family, Sluka Family, St. Peter’s College Staff.
On the night they had over 200 in attendance and have raised over $14,000 to date, with several more activities planned for the remainder of the year, they then go to Honiara to work within the Bishop Epalle Catholic School community and deliver their fundraising monies directly to the school, once their Year 12 Exams are complete.
The students wish to thank all of the College staff that came together to help with the night, those in maintenance, front office and administration staff, those in the IT and AV Department and well as the Teaching staff and College Leadership, without everyone pulling together the event could not happen.
Special thanks to Trivia Quiz Master, Brad Pulley, who was ably assisted by Jodie Connell and Teaching Staff Steph Lomas and Michele MacArdle who worked tirelessly in the lead up to and on the night.