St John’s College celebrates special friends
St John's Greek Orthodox College invites students' family and friends for a special event called the Grandparents and Special Friends Morning
St John's Greek Orthodox College invites students' family and friends for a special event called the Grandparents and Special Friends Morning. Junior school students will be providing entertainment with some lively performances in the school's gymnasium. Following the performances, sweet treats will be served in the atrium. Make you pop in to what is sure to be a cheerful event.
The event will be held on Thursday 21 June on 8:45 am at St John's, 21-27 Railway Place, Preston. RSVP by Monday 18 June to the school's secretary on (03) 9480 5300.
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