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Trinity News : July 2008
cSo h The Year 3 - 6 Grandparents’ Day at the Junior School on Friday 16th May was another wonderful occasion. This has become a signature event on the Junior School calendar over the last few years. e n t This year over 160 grandparents joined us for a chapel service followed by visits to classrooms and then morning tea. A highlight of the morning was seeing the boys and grandparents interacting in the classrooms and sharing experiences. The day also provided me with the opportunity to catch up with many familiar faces from the last few years and share the obvious joy that they took from their visit with their grandson. Many of our grandparents made a huge effort to be here. I know of some who travelled interstate from Brisbane and Toowoomba, while others were overcoming illness and frailty and it was quite a task just to be here. The boys are the beneficiaries of the involvement of families in their development. Grandparents are very much a part of the School Community and I personally thank them for their support of the School and their grandsons. Martin Lubrano | Master of the Junior School top: Simon Cistulli (6Sc), Arthur Wong (6Sc), Edward Marks (6Ch), Mr and Mrs Marks and Mrs and Mrs Rae. left: Mrs Joy Ulbricht with Leigh Hajek (6Sc) and Mr Eberhard Ulbricht. right: Nils Thompson (3Ch), Mrs Syliva Thompson, Mr and Mrs M. Soares and Julian Ferrone (3Ch) Many Hands make Light Muffins! There was no truth in saying that a superfluity of culinary assistants was detrimental to the condition of the consommé when Mr Liam Muller’s Year 3 from the Junior School descended upon the Food technology kitchen, and under the special care of Head of Department Mrs Heather Bootle there was no chance of too many cooks spoiling the broth as the lads measured, mixed and mashed various ingredients to create dozens of muffins! Enthusiasm was of the highest, and the lads did their work very well, and along the way may perhaps have gained an appreciation of what mum does for them every day in the kitchen, as they discovered that recipes had to be followed, and that various other protocols of the culinary art such as cleaning up were also important! The conclusion of the lesson, of course, was the tasty reward of consuming the comestibles created –the delicious muffins full of raspberries, all the more appreciated because they were the result of the boys’ own efforts! Who knows? From this group there may emerge another “Fast Ed” such as Mr Ed Halmagyi, Trinity Old Boy (‘92) and well-known chef on various lifestyle television shows. Ron Ogier 36 TRINITY NEWS left: Cristian Lorenzato above: Jason Kong, Enzo Lee-Solano and Ben Patterson right: Ethan Duke and Wyden Su far right: William Giezekamp, Zac Saboune and Harris Vlahopoulos Ju D in ra n o G d p r lo a r s ’ a y