Theatre Restaurant Dinner Dance Fundraiser
The St Brigid’s Catholic School ‘Relay for Life’ Team is holding a Theatre Restaurant Dinner Dance to raise funds for Rose Ackerley’s family and Relay for Life/Cancer Council.
Starring Andrew Colrain – comedian and singer – lead role in Cabaret, Jesus Christ Superstar, Guys & Dolls, & High School Musical.
Plus some of Hobart’s best young musical theatre talent presenting Dreams with End of Conversations’ band (some of the stars of the previous Ackerley fundraiser in 2012.
When: 7.00pm Saturday 14 February 2015
Where: New Norfolk Memorial Hall
Cost: $50 includes a two course meal, theatre restaurant, first drink free, auctions & band, plus a chance at a lucky door prize.
Seating: is limited so why not organise a table of 10 or groups.
RSVP: to Tracy/Janine at St Brigid’s on 6261 1778 or email@example.com
Tasmanian Sports Camps Summer Programs, Hobart
What: Cricket and Soccer Camps
When: January 27, 28 and 29 2015
Where: New Town Oval
Who: 6-17 year-olds
For more information: call 1300 914 368 or visit www.tas-sport.com.au
Changes to the Secondary Schools Tax File Number Program
The Secondary Schools Tax File Number (TFN) Program will not continue beyond 31 December 2014. This means that School TFN forms will no longer be processed beyond this date.
How students can apply for a TFN from January 1 2015
The Australian Taxation Office in partnership with Australia Post is making it easier for individuals to apply for a TFN. Students can now apply for a TFN online and have their identity verified through an interview at a participating Australia Post office.
Applying online is the fastest and most convenient way for students to get a TFN. More information on applying online can be found at ato.gov.au by searching for ‘QC27248’
Students who are unable to visit a participating Australia Post office will need to complete the application form Tax file number – application or enquiry for individuals form (NAT 1432). More information about lodging this form can be found at ato.gov.au by searching for ‘QC22604’
If you require any further information you can phone 1300 130 282 between 8.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday.
Camp Gallipoli 2015
Camp Gallipoli is a once in a lifetime opportunity for all Australians and New Zealanders to come together on the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli to sleep out under the same stars as the original Anzacs did 100 years ago.
In a series of historic locations around Australia and New Zealand, families, schools and community groups are invited to join in a special night of remembrance, entertainment, mateship and the birth of that special Aussie and Kiwi ANZAC spirit. Each venue will have spaces set aside for camping using swags, just like the Diggers did. There will be entertainment, special guests, movies, documentaries, great food options and a very special Dawn Service on Anzac day itself.
Camp Gallipoli has been fully endorsed by the Anzac centenary committee, Department of Veterans Affairs, Federal Education Department, RSL and Legacy. These special events will be respectful and informative but also most entertaining for all Australians and New Zealand students. The 100th anniversary of Gallipoli is your chance to share a moment in history with family and friends. Camp Gallipoli brings it all together in one remarkable event.
Why Attend Camp Gallipoli?
• Camp Gallipoli represents the Anzac spirit of mateship. It will bring together Australians and New Zealanders from varying backgrounds and cultures, from cities and rural areas to celebrate the Anzac tradition of equality, loyalty and friendship.
• It is an opportunity to participate in the Anzac centenary commemoration, the most significant commemoration to take place in our lifetime.
• To encourage families and school communities to come together to honour and ensure the Anzac spirit lives on. To educate and reinforce the Anzac values to our young Australians and New Zealanders.
The TCA Ground Davies Ave Queens Domain TAS 7000
3.00pm Campground opens
4.00pm Support Artist
6.30pm Light Horse Procession
8.00pm Main Artist
9.00pm Movie Screening
April 25 – Anzac Day 2015
5.30am (approx) Dawn Service
8.00am Campground closed