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St Augustine's students were eating pancakes for a good cause

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February 23, 2018

Zac Wakenshaw and Finn Guiney.

St Augustine's students were eating pancakes for a good cause.

Charli Miller, Evie Bassett and Amelia Scorey.

Jackie Stockdale and Paul Richardson.

Lincoln D'Augello and Darcy Reid.

Rebecca Schubach, Matilda Schubach, Finn Guiney and Vanessa Guiney.

Ruby Grabham, Britney Walsh, Caitie Minge and Claire Mawley.

THE community at St Augustine’s College came together for a shared pancake breakfast on February 13.

This annual event celebrated Shrove Tuesday, the last day before the Lenten season begins.

“Lent is a time to reflect on our Catholic faith in preparation for Easter,” deputy principal Brayden Stone said.

“Our Shrove Tuesday pancake breakfast is a chance for us to celebrate together as a faith community before Lent begins.”

Members of the College Social Justice Team organised the food for this event and many members college community assisted in serving the breakfast crowd.

In particular, senior students and staff members came in early to prepare, serve and clean up.

College year 12 social justice leader Nina Sullivan commended the efforts of staff and students.

‘‘We have a passionate and committed group of students and staff who have willingly given their time by advertising the event and helping out on the day,’’ she said.

All proceeds from the breakfast went towards the Caritas Project Compassion appeal for 2018.

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