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The Collective Opens its Doors

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Week 7, Term Two, 2019

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The Parents' and Friends' Association opened the roller doors on The Collective, for the first time at the Inter-House Athletics Carnival. Volunteers ran a hot trade of burgers, sausages, pies, sushi, drinks and goodies.

On behalf of the P&F we want to extend our gracious thanks to Todd Hiscock and his Essential Coffee team who donated a generous 50 per cent of their slushie takings to Somerset's P&F.

Thank you to Anu and Jeff Samra from Pac Ave Markets Miami for contributing delicious fresh fruit to nourish our athletes.

Thank you to Jo Davenport and Maile Mainali for stock donations, also to Michelle and the master chefs who contributed yummy baked treats.

Much gratitude must be given to our fabulous volunteers who kept our athletes fed and hydrated, Paul Filmer, Justin Taylor, Eric and Peng Chuah, Josie Kay, Justine Cirocco, Kim Roberts, Michelle, Angie, Vivien, Linda Johnston, Victoria Lakis, Tanya Robinson, Lisa Fitzgerald, Jane Wilson and everyone who dropped in to serve.

Thank you to the Logistics Department, Accounts and Grounds staff including Suzie Frawley, Donna Harrison and Rodger Neave for their amazing professional support.

We look forward to everyone's continued support at the BBQ fundraisers in Term Four at the swim carnivals.

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