St John’s Olympic marathon fundraiser
To celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games, the students of St John's College will be holding an Olympic Marathon
To celebrate the 2012 Olympic Games, the students of St John's College will be holding an Olympic Marathon.
Organised by the parents association, the students will take part in a marathon with parents, guardians and teachers welcomed to join in on the fun, so long as you have a sponsor.
The marathon organised is one of the biggest fundraising events of the year.
Sponsorship forms must be returned with monies no later than Friday 27 July with the person raising the most money going in the draw to win an iPad.
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