Artwork by Yashvi 6J
TERM 2 FETE MEETINGS:
Tuesday 4 June, 9.15am in the Wendy Wilson Hall
Tuesday 25 June, 7.30pm (venue to be advised). Venue details provided on RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to get involved with our Fete, simply come along to our next meeting or contact email@example.com
SAVE THE DATE: SATURDAY 26 OCTOBER, 2-8PM
For the 2019 Twilight Fete – complete with rides, entertainment, stalls and Diwali celebrations.
THREE MAJOR SPONSORS ALREADY ON BOARD
Glen Huntly Primary School is delighted to welcome Buddies Early Learning and CTG Audio back on board as major sponsors again this year. We are also delighted to welcome 1st Energy Pty Ltd as a new major sponsor this year.
Buddies Early Learning has made a generous donation of $1000, and shown again what a wonderful neighbour and friend it is to Glen Huntly Primary School. Thanks Buddies – that’s awesome!
CTG Audio is generously donating Sonos equipment to the value of $1000 for our raffle. CTG Audio is a premium provider of SONOS Equipment. SONOS sound equipment is the ultimate in wireless home and office entertainment that enables you to play music from your own library, attached audio devices and streaming services such as Apple Music and Spotify. With SONOS you can setup different zones throughout your home or office enabling you to play different music in different places or join them together from a central control. CTG Audio is a business operated by one of our school families. With two children attending the school, the owners of CTG Audio are very proud to be part of the Twilight Fete – a fantastic event that will help to ensure that the wonderful Glen Huntly Primary School community continues to thrive. Thanks Chris, Trudi, Nicholas (Grade 3) and Bridget (grade 2) Giouris – we really appreciate your continued support!
1st Energy Pty Ltd has made a generous donation of $500 towards the Fete. 1st Energy is a privately-owned electricity retailer currently supplying over 25,000 residential and small business customers across Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland & Tasmania. 1st Energy provides consumers with an alternative to the big 3 retailers, with competitive offers and personalised Australian-based service. 1st Energy is also a business owned by one our school families – Liam, Cathy and Lucas Foden (Grade 1). Its fantastic to have you on board as a major sponsor.
If you are interested in joining the Giouris and Foden families as sponsors of our 2019 Twilight Fete – we would love to hear from you. Every donation – big or small – makes a huge difference and we are grateful for any support that our school community can offer. Listed below are the ways the school will recognise any support offered (including donations of goods and services).
|How your support will be recognised||All contributions – any value $$||Minor Sponsor $150+ (cash)||Major Sponsor $500+ (cash)|
|On GHPS website|
|In our fortnightly GHPS Newsletters|
|In our GHPS Twilight Fete Newsletters|
|On a Certificate of Appreciation for display at your premises|
|In our acknowledgements of all donations on the GHPS Facebook Page|
|In an exclusive acknowledgement on the GHPS Facebook page|
|On “real estate” advertising boards for Twilight Fete (deadline 30th July 2019)|
|On flyers distributed in the lead up to the event (deadline 30th July 2019)|
|On the post-event advertising board|
VACANT COORDINATOR POSITIONS
Our committee is continuing to take shape, but we still desperately need coordinators for the following stalls and activities:
TRASH ‘N’ TREASURE WISH LIST
The school is exploring options to store all of your Trash ‘n’ Treasure. We will soon be ready to receive donations – although we are likely to have less storage space than we have had in past years. If you can store it at home until closer to the Fete – then that would be fantastic. In the interim, please put your donations aside, bagged or boxed up securely with contents marked on the outside. All donations must be in good and working order, with no missing pieces.
|We want:||We do not want:|
Plastic jars have started to arrive in at the office, but we need plenty more to make our target of 500 jars – so please keep them coming! Any kinds of clear PLASTIC containers with a lid are suitable. If every school family donated just two lidded, clear PLASTIC jars or containers the target will be easily reached.
We are also asking for donations of content to fill the Lucky Jars. Think small, novelty, colourful and fun. The options are endless – here are some suggestions: stickers, temporary tattoos, novelty erasers, lollies, chocolates, hair accessories, stamps, party favours, chalk, marbles, toy cars, bubbles, pencils, rubber bouncy balls, yo-yos, slinkys, whistles, play dough, figurines, mini Lego kits, lip balm, nail polish, beads and string, jewellery, craft items, footy cards, swap cards, playing cards, novelty stationery items etc etc.
Please bring all your plastic jars and donations to the school office.
Do you have stuff? Like…
- Toy plastic dinosaurs and animal figurines
- Glass jars
- Unfinished tubes of matt craft paints or cans of colourful spray paint
- Colourful sewing thread
- Lazer cutting
- Screen printing
SILENT AUCTION AND RAFFLE ITEMS
We are seeking donations of goods or services (including vouchers) for our silent auction or as prizes for our raffle. If you are associated with a business or know of businesses who might be interested in supporting our school with a donation of goods or services – please let us know and we can organise a sponsorship letter with more information.
Thank you to the following individuals and businesses who have made donations to our silent auction and raffle since our last newsletter:
- CTG Audio
- Glenhuntly Road Veterinary Clinic
- Ashmore Palms Holiday Village Qld
- Home of Lights (Ormond)
- David Southwick MP
- Ormond Physiotherapy
- Rec Express 24/7 (Ormond)
We encourage you to support the businesses that support our school.
We are seeking donations of plants for our plant stall – whether from plants you have propagated, divided or grown from seed. For handy tips on propagating for cuttings and succulents, or dividing and multiplying perennials, check out these Gardening Australia links.
We are also seeking donations of potting mix and small (clean) plastic pots – please bring any donations into the office.
KIDS – DESIGN OUR FETE NEWSLETTER ARTWORK
We received some great entries from a few junior budding artists and graphic designers last term – and in this newsletter we have published some amazing work by Yashvi in 6J.
We are extending the invitation to students to submit 2019 Twilight Fete Newsletter artwork for use in our future Fete newsletters and notices to help us bring our newsletter to life.
The artwork must be on an A4 piece of paper (feel free to fill the whole page) and refer to the 2019 Twilight Fete. Entries can be in black and white or colour. Please include your name and class. We will use as many of the best submissions as we can on our future newsletters and notices – and the artists will go in our draw to win a free ride pass!