It is that time of year again and we are well on our way, preparing our end-of-year celebration. Traditionally, we would be hosting our Limelight celebration at school, giving thanks for Jesus’s birth with all things lime.  However, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will hold Limelight@home on Tuesday 8 December.

You can now buy your Limelight show bag! Individual show bags are $10 each and contain a variety of items to help you get your lime party started. You will also be helping to support Vanuatu with your donation. Email the Office with your order (family name and number of bags), then make your payment via direct deposit, cash or EFT.  Show bags will be sent home on Monday 7 December with students. 

Here are some more ideas for your Limelight@home party:

  • Invite some family members to help you celebrate
  • Dress up in lime coloured clothes (a party hat and blower have been included in the show bag)
  • Decorate your house with lime decorations (some streamers and balloons have been provided in the show bag to get you started)
  • Think about having some lime food (e.g.  lime cordial, lime jelly, chicken and lime sausages, green salad, lime cupcakes)
  • Watch our pre-recorded videos of classes, performances, school work and more
  • But most importantly, don’t forget to give praise to God for the birth of His Son Jesus!

We appreciate your understanding and support of our community’s celebration. We trust you will still join together to celebrate Jesus and bask in His Limelight with us.

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