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Music@RoyalCanberraShow

We would like to congratulate and thank our co-curricular Music students for their participation in performances at the Royal Canberra Show this year. The contribution that these students have made towards supporting community events and representing Merici College has been amazing.

 

Great results for students at the Canberra Show

Congatulatons to our Textiles and Fashion students who have excelled themselves at the 2017 Canberra Show and it was a delight to see them so excited to see their entries hung and displayed so beautifully. A congratulations needs to be extended to all students in Textiles and Fashion who entered especially the students listed below.

We have some special winners:

 

Student champion 18 years and under - Tyniah Morrison for her decorated cushion ( she won a sewing machine for herself and one for the school)

2nd for her decorated cushion- Tharushi Jayasekara

Merici Weekly Green Tip #2

Here is our green tip for the week:

Do you feel like learning some sustainable skills?

The Canberra Environment Centre has some wonderful workshops on offer, including baking sourdough, identifying and cooking with weeds, backyard bee-keeping and heaps more.

Head to their Facebook page @canberraenvirocentre to find out more.

 

 

Bec DeCourcy

Sustainability Officer

 

Sustainability Blog #1

I’m writing this post from my desk at Merici on a pleasant mid-February morning. The sun is shining, and a cool breeze drifts into the office from the window on my left. It’s a stark contrast to the sweltering conditions that gripped most of Australia’s east coast from Friday until Sunday.

Merici Weekly Green Tip

Here is our green tip for the week:

Did you know…

You can recycle soft plastics at Coles
Supermarket in Canberra??

Coles has partnered with REDcycle to collect plastic that can’t be recycled at home.

You can take in your soft plastic, such as plastic bags, plastic food wrapping, snap lock bags, which is used to create furniture for schools, preschools and community groups.

 

Bec DeCourcy, Sustainability Officer