Sandpiper: Catholic Diocese of Sandhurst

Authorised by CSF Pty Limited (ABN 30 006 169 286; AFSL 246664), the Trustee of the MyLifeMyMoney Superannuation Fund (ABN 50 237 896 957). This information is about the Fund and is general information only. It has been prepared without taking into account your personal investment objectives, financial situation or needs. It is not intended to be, and should not be construed in any way as, investment, legal or financial advice. 1300 655 002 | We have the faith to carry our members to where they need to be for their life-long financial peace of mind. Industry super fund returning all profits to our members Competitive long term investment performance Flexible investment options Superannuation and pension products Financial planning advice that has your best interest in mind CS379 131117 Catholic Newspaper of the Sandhurst Diocese since 2004 Free Issue 156 • May 2018 SANDPIPER By Tony Cuskelly Marian College YEAR 9 students from Marian College in Myrtleford recently spent three days at Mt Buffalo, based at the Lake Catani campground. Students helped organise the camp which aimed at building a sense of community through group activities, foster personal growth through indi- vidual achievements, challenges and adversities, and complete Outdoor Education fieldwork based around Mt Buffalo. Trained staff from Tim Shaw’s Adventure Company conducted spe- cific activities including rock climbing, kayaking and abseiling. Students prepared well and were willing to attempt things outside their comfort zone and therefore found the three-day camp rewarding and thor- oughly enjoyed their achievements and successes. High adventures Monique Martin, Melissa Carlassare, Damian Caponecchia, Brady Bourke, Sam Piazza, Tim Shaw (instructor), Sean Murray-Macgregor, Giordana Genero and Ben Schulze on Lake Catani. Serrans pray for priesthood P7 Easter at the top of the diocese P8-9 Students join for Ablaze Days P10-11