Henty's Bikes for Bibles Ride has been postponed and will now be held on Sunday, August 25.
Last week, was the final week for Joshua and Emma, St Paul's Primary School students from Germany who were visiting family in Henty. The school has acknowledged that these young adults have enriched their lives and are hoping they will remain I contact.
They have left the school with a better understanding of the English language. Joshua learned about Aussie Rules football and Emma, netball.
St Paul's College Walla Walla has taken on a project of collecting plastic bottle tops. The tops can be recycled and made into prosthetic limbs for disadvantaged children. The Envision project will run till the end of December. Please consider recycling milk and bottle tops. St Paul's Primary School, Lyne Street is the Henty collection point.
Henty Public School's Book Fair was a huge success. The costumes on display for the Book Week Parade looked absolutely amazing. Spider-Man, Wimpy Kid, Wally, Little Red Riding Hood, Robin Hood, Cruella Deville, Cinderella and Pippi Longstocking were some of the characters that paraded at the school. Winners were: Kinder - Marnia Hossain. Year :1 Courtney Lieschke, Highly Commended - Sebastien White. Year 2: Hayley Chambers, Highly Commended - Alexa Eddy. Year 3: Ava Klemke, Highly Commended - Isabella Scholz. Year 4: Macey Bullock, Highly Commended - Odin Hooper. Year 5: Ryan Klemke, Highly Commended - Ashtar Cameron-Pani. Year 6: Katelyn Toogood, Highly Commended - Misty Chambers. The Guess the Number of Dinosaurs in the jar contest was won by Annie Singe.