40 hours sacrifice for other people

St Paul’s students actively involved in the 40 Hour Famine ((from left) Riley Morton, Meghan Wright, Zara Hakam, Isabella Bellomo (past student), Alexandria Kirkbright and Rebecca Castle.

St Paul’s students actively involved in the 40 Hour Famine ((from left) Riley Morton, Meghan Wright, Zara Hakam, Isabella Bellomo (past student), Alexandria Kirkbright and Rebecca Castle.

West Gippsland Trader
October 8, 2015

Students at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School were actively involved with the 40 Hour Famine.
This year St Paul’s has raised over $800 through the 40 Hour Famine with 45 students participating by giving something up for the 40 hours.

Isabella Bellomo, St Paul’s alumna from class of 2010 and who now works for World Vision as a youth relationship representative, has been the school’s support contact this year and congratulated the students on their efforts.


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