Hornsby Relay For Life 2019 is less than TWO weeks away and it's shaping up to be an event not to be missed.
From 9am on Saturday 2 November to 9am on Sunday 3 November at Rofe Park, Hornsby Heights, there will be a fabulous range of music, dance, food and activities to keep you entertained throughout the day and night.
This year's theme is 'On the Screens' and highlights include a Survivors and Carers Lap and special morning tea, the inaugural Youth Cup, a Box Car Rally for all ages, colouring in and drawing competitions, 2 entertainment stages, jumping castle, horizontal bungee jumping, Twilight Markets, the remembrance Candlelight Ceremony, performances by Rockbox and The Quiet Ones, Silent Disco, massages, yoga, breakfast on Sunday morning, Dog Hour and more!
The Fernwood Lap Challenge, kindly sponsored by Fernwood Hornsby, will allow all participants to keep track of their laps for the duration of the event.
The Year 12 Leaders are calling for donations of share packs of chocolates, lollies, chips or blocks of chocolate to assist with their Chocolate Toss Fundraising event which will take place at Relay. These can be brought to the College office.
An unexpected visit from a past Deputy Principal here at St Leo's today - Mr Ross Cleary (1985-1991). He caught up with Ralph Kershler and Adrian Gomez. He also dropped off some past memorabilia - one of which is a record (as in 33 speed) of the St Leo's Band in 1969! ... See MoreSee Less
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