Fun at twilight picnic

St Paul's musician,s from left, Kelly Maybery-Reupert, Amy Dyt, Stephen Charles, Sophie Fontaine, Andrew Gourley and Amanda Fontaine.

St Paul's musician,s from left, Kelly Maybery-Reupert, Amy Dyt, Stephen Charles, Sophie Fontaine, Andrew Gourley and Amanda Fontaine.

West Gippsland Trader, April 16th, 2015

More than 1000 people attended the recent St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School twilight picnic.

The school oval was awash with sprawling picnic rugs and chairs as the school community enjoyed all the colour and excitement and were entertained with music and singing by the talented school performers.

The ever-popular rides complemented the other activities, including a visit from the Warragul Fire Brigade, the Principal’s paper plane flying competition, the prep grand prix and the St Paul’s Gift.

In the 100 metre handicapped sprint, Emma Wong (year 8) and Thomas Zeldenryk (year 5) were triumphant.

 

St Paul's musician,s from left, Kelly Maybery-Reupert, Amy Dyt, Stephen Charles, Sophie Fontaine, Andrew Gourley and Amanda Fontaine.


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