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    2019 'Tour de Cure'

    Saint Ignatius College teacher Mr Byron Mitchell is once again riding the Tour de Cure to raise money to support finding a cure for cancer. He is riding from Sydeny to Melbourne via the Snowy Mountains - approximately 1400kms.

    If anyone would like to donate - here is the link:

    Highlights from 2018 tour video (check out about 1:15 - I explain one of the reasons I ride):


    Geelong Youth Innovation Summit 2019

    An invitation to the students of Geelong! Please register to attend the Geelong Youth Innovation Summit - a FREE world-class innovation education event for students (all genders), teachers, parents and global and local industry leaders, proudly delivered by girledworld in partnership with the Victorian State Government, City of Greater Geelong and Runway HQ Geelong. 

    Join us over one, two or three days of immersive learning to build 21st Century career, innovation and employability skills, solve Design Thinking Industry Challenge sessions and meet amazing entrepreneurs, global business leaders and STEM Experts (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) along with 100’s of other high school and tertiary students from across the Greater Geelong region. 

    A life changing weekend of real-world learning and future career education. Not to be missed. Friday May 10 - Sunday May 12, 2019.

    See the attache PDF for details:

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    Group Parent Education Events Calendar: Term 2 Scedule

    The Parent Education Calendar has been collated by the Regional Parenting Service with the aim of providing information on the mainstream parent education groups that are happening across the barwon South West Region. If you have any questions regarding these programs or parenting activities, or want to be added to the mailing list please email: or contact Regional Parenting Services on 5272 4741. Outside of Geelog Freecall 1800 11 078

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    City of Greater Geelong Free Parenting Forum: Calming Our Kids

    This forum presented by the City of Greater Geelong with guest speaker Maggie Dent who is an advocate for healthy, common-sense raising of children in order to strengthen families and communities. Thursday June 27th, 7.00pm to 8.30pm with a light supper available from 6.30pm and the Moolap & Barrabool Hills Baptist Church in Highton. Pleae see the attached PDF for details and how to book tickets.

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    Did your Year 7 students miss their vacciness at school?

    Year 7’s who missed their vaccines must catch up prior to 12/05/19 to continue in the school program (there must be 6 months between dose 1 & 2). 

    See the list below of Immunisation Centres and Hours:

    Belmont Community Health Centre 

    Barwon Health 1-17 Reynolds Road, Belmont, 3216.

     (Please note that this is the Barwon Health building, not the Maternal Child Health building)

    Wednesday morning (Appointment only) 9 am - 12.30pm

    Open sessions (No appointment required) Wed and Friday afternoons 1.30pm - 4.45pm

    Saturday morning (Appointment only) 08.30am – 12.15pm


    Corio Community Health Centre

    Barwon Health 2 Gellibrand St, Corio, 3214.

    Every Wednesday 9.30am - 11.45am (No appointment required)


    Newtown “Ariston”

    245 Pakington St, Newtown, 3220.

    1st Friday of each month 9.30am -11.45am (No appointment required)


    Ocean Grove - Boorai Centre (behind Aquatic Centre)

    4-50 Shell Rd, Ocean Grove, 3226.

    2nd and 4th Friday of each month 9.30am -11.45am (No appointment required)


    Newcomb Library meeting room (upstairs)

    Corner  Wilsons Rd & Bellarine Highway, Newcomb, 3219.

    1st and 3rd  Friday of each month 9.30 – 11.45am (No appointment required)

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