Something that Collin is very proud of... Lemon Meringue Pie! Made from scratch with lemons picked from the school tree and eggs from our three chickens. (Looks like somebody already had a sample:0)
Open Day at the Rec Centre. WA State Police visit was a highlight. Good boys ride in the front seat!
Collin also played his first game of squash during the Rec Centre's Birthday celebrations - man oh man was he sore the next day.
Kangaroo stew, kangaroo kebabs, and damper bread for NAIDOC week cook up. All dishes were delicious! Sorry for the internet stock photos - Mr. Walker forgot his camera at home. What is NAIDOC? NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Celebrations are held around Australia to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC Week 2011 was held during July holidays so our school moved it to Week 9 of Term 3. There was also Nyoongar language classes and a hike on the Bibbulman Track for the aboriginal students attending Harvey SHS and their families.
Another birthday party invite and another visit to the Perth Zoo.