Our Lady of the Mission
December 6th 2020 - Second Sunday of Advent
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Message from Fr Cyp
Greetings and Peace to you all!
Father Francis and I welcome you all; praying and hoping we are all kept well, safe and in good health throughout this summer and Christmas festive season. We consciously remain on the path to some new sense of normality while remaining committed to federal and state governments’ advice and policies as well as advice from the Archbishop’s office in regards to COVID 19 RoadMap. This commitment is now more crucial as WA strong border has been relaxed from 14th November to a controlled border, allowing travelers from the eastern states to enter Western Australia; with no need of any form of quarantine for some. However, we are required by law as of 5th December 2020, to provide our contact details whenever we come to Church for Mass and other functions. This can be done in two ways: You have a SafeWA app installed on your smart phone and you scan yourself into Church using the QR code provided on Church doors and or on pews, OR You complete both sides of one of the Mass attendance cards provided in the pews. For weekday Masses and other functions, you will either use a QR code or fill your details in a WA Government’s Health Department form provided at the information desk. Whilst things can change very fast (hopefully not), we are on course to celebrate our Christmas Masses as always including Christmas Eve outdoor Mass at 06.00pm on the Oval. Please refer to parish newsletter for Christmas Mass times and related details. We look forward to celebrating with you and all your loved ones. As always, Fr Francis and I assure you of our ongoing prayers. Please keep us in yours. We commend one and all of you to the powerful intercession of Our Lady, Mother of Good Counsel.
Fr Cyprian M Shikokoti - PP.
MASS TIMES 7th December to 13th December 2020
All Masses will be held in the Church
Monday 7th December - St Ambrose - 7.00am & 9.00am
Tuesday 8th December - The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary - 7.00am & 9.00am
Wednesday 9th December - 7.00am & 9.00am
Thursday 10th December - St Francis Xavier - 7.00am & 9.00am
Friday 11th December - 7.00am & 9.00am
Saturday 12th December - 8.30am & 6.30pm
Sunday 13th December - 8.00am, 9.30am, 11am & 5.45pm
John the Baptist described himself as a voice which cries in the wilderness. Some people heard him and responded, preparing their hearts to welcome God into their lives in a new and unexpected way.
1st Reading: Isaiah 40:1-5. 9-11
God tells the people of Israel to be consoled: they have paid the price of their sins and must now prepare a way for the Lord in a repentant heart.
2nd Reading: 2 Peter 3:8-14
We are waiting for God to bring about the long-promised new heavens and new earth. In the meantime, we should live good lives and be at peace.
Gospel: Mark 1:1-8
John the Baptist appeared, promising that he was preparing the way for someone greater than himself. He baptised with water but the one whose coming he foretold would baptise with the Holy Spirit.
Antiphon to the Psalm:
Lord, let us see your kindness, and grant us your salvation.
Parish Notices - Sunday 6th December
1. COVID 19 Protocols at Church: Under phase four of COVID 19 RoadMap here in WA, and given our large parish church size, we are able to operate at our usual capacity. As of 1st December 2020, we are no longer required to observe 2sqm rule. Our parish priests, staff, cleaners and volunteers are doing their very best to keep the space safe for us all. We are grateful to one and all of you for supporting us in this commitment of making OLM a safe and COVID 19-Free community.
2. COVID 19 Contact Register: Unless you have a SafeWA App and have checked yourself in using QR code provided at the entrance and on pews, we ask you to please complete both sides of the Mass attendance cards provided in your pews and place them in any of the collection boxes. ONE CARD PER FAMILY is sufficient. Thank you for your cooperation.
3. Thanksgiving Mass: Wednesday 9th of December at 9am we will celebrate Thanksgiving Mass with Students from Whitford Catholic Primary School. You are welcome to join us in celebrating this special Mass if you can.
4. Advent/ Christmas Reconciliation: Please mark in your diary Wednesday 9th of December at 7.00pm in the Church – we will have a number of priests come to assist Fr Cyprian & Fr Francis in celebrating this wonderful sacrament in our parish as we prepare for the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ in our hearts.
5. Christmas office closure: Please note, our parish office will be closed for Christmas, from 2pm on Thursday 24th December and will reopen Monday 11th January 2020. For urgent matters, contact Fr Cyprian and or Fr Francis - their contact details are on the front page of our parish newsletter. Kindly send any parish bulletin notices for this period to the office no later than the 18th December. Thank you.
6. WYFI Christmas Closure: WYFI is now closed and will return on Friday, 29th January 2021. We wish all our young people a safe and blessed Christmas and summer break.
7. Eucharist Adoration: Eucharist Adoration is now closed for Christmas and will reopen at 9.30am on Wednesday 13th January 2021.May God bless you and your families with the ' Peace ' of that first Christmas. St. Joseph protect you and may Our Blessed Mother never let go of your hands.
8. No morning Masses on Christmas Eve: As we shall be busy preparing the oval and the church for Christmas/eve Masses, we shall have no morning Masses on Christmas Eve. Thank you for your understanding.
9. St Vincent de Paul: Many thanks for your very generous support for our Christmas appeal last weekend and our Christmas hamper program. Many struggling families can now look forward to a brighter Christmas. We remind you that all sponsored hampers are due back to the parish centre this weekend after any Mass. We plan to distribute the hampers from our parish hall next weekend.
10. Christmas Invite Leaflets: Please take a bundle of fifty Christmas invite leaflets to deliver in your street/s to invite family, friends and neighbours to our Christmas Masses. Please mark the area you are covering so we don’t double up. Thank you for your kind assistance.
11. Volunteers for Christmas Liturgies: Acolytes, Extraordinary Ministers, Readers (all masses except the outdoor Mass) and Altar Servers are invited to write their names on the Volunteer Sheets in the Sacristy. Many thanks
12. Baby Jesus: We are seeking newborn babies for our Christmas Masses as follows: Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. Also, the 8am, 9.30am and 11am Masses on Christmas Day. Each baby will receive a special certificate as a memento. Kindly contact the office on 9307 2776 to provide details of your baby.
13. 2020 Christmas Eve Outdoor Mass Nativity Play: We are looking for children to be involved in the Nativity Play, which is a feature of the Parish Christmas Eve Mass on the Whitford school oval. Those children who feel they would like to do a reading, and/or play the parts of Mary, Joseph, herald, innkeepers, shepherds and angels are invited to a practice on SATURDAY 19TH DECEMBER AT 10AM. We will meet on the oval side of the church. Characters will be chosen from those present at the practice. All children are welcome to join us. Enquiries: Leanne Fragomeni 0424 584 460.
14. Christmas Volunteers Needed: It is that time of year again! We need volunteers to help direct traffic and parking on Thursday 24th December. Also, people to help set up the oval for our Outdoor Mass on the 24th December. If you are able to help please put your name and number down on the lists at the back of the church. More information is provided on the lists. Your help is much appreciated.
15. Help Needed: We need your help to sell show bags for Sir David Brand School to raise money for the inclusive sensory playground. Show bags are $5 each. Please contact Linda on 0449 101 720 for more information.
16. St Vincent de Paul Christmas Cards: From this weekend we have a limited number of Christmas cards for sale, $5 per packet. Please use the envelopes provided and put the money in the Poor Box. God Bless.
17. 2020/21 RCIA Program: Would you like to become a Catholic or know more about our Catholic Faith? Please come join us on Thursdays at 7.30pm in the parish centre. Contact Mrs Ann Cunneen on 0410 616 517 for more information or you are welcome to just come join us.
18. Come Alive in Scripture Bible Study – Update: The group has successfully completed the study on Romans for 2020. We are pleased to announce our next study is planned for 2021 – “Wisdom” with a planned start date of 2nd & 3rd February 2021 (8 weeks), followed by a study on the Gospel of John. A reminder will be sent closer to the start date so you can secure your spot in the program. For more info contact Ramona: email@example.com
19. Newsletter Advertising Vacancy: If you would like to advertise your business on the back of our newsletter, please contact the office on 9307 2776. Advertisements run for three months at a time. The newsletter is emailed to parishioners weekly and is also put on our website and Facebook page. Rates are very reasonable.
20. The Record: Please help yourself to a FREE copy to the Record magazine on your way out; the official magazine for the Catholic Archdiocese of Perth, WA.
21. Plenary Council: Please note the change of plenary council key dates. Events will now be held in October 2021 in Adelaide and in July 2022 in Sydney. You may also like to have a read of the recently published discernment papers of the six National Themes https://plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au/continuing-the-journey-of-discernment/
22. Visit to the sick in homes and hospitals: Fr Cyprian and Fr Francis are now able to visit our sick parishioners in homes and hospitals. If you know a family member or parishioner who may benefit from such visit, please let us know. Also, some of our Acolytes and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion continue to bring Communion to the sick and home-bound on Sundays as required.
23. Whitford Catholic Primary School: Whitford Catholic Primary School is a community that celebrates faith and achievement and promotes excellence in all we do. Please visit our website www.whitfordcatholicps.wa.edu.au, our Facebook page or call (08) 9404 4200 for more information. We are currently taking expressions of interest and interviews for enrolment across the 7 year groups.
24. Padbury Catholic Primary School: Padbury Catholic Primary School is a welcoming, inclusive and faith-filled community which caters for students from Pre-Kindy to Year 6 in a double-stream setting. We actively promote our school values of Respect, Excellence, Sacredness and Togetherness. Please visit our website www.padcath.wa.edu.au or call 9404 4000 to express your interest or request an interview (no interview required for Pre-Kindy.
Rosters - 13th December 2020
NEWSLETTER NOTICES DEADLINE: Wednesday at 12pm Noon.
RELIGIOUS GOODS STALL: Bernadette Nabham/ Cecilia Araya/ Sible Rozario/ Flora Joanilho/ Pam Thompson.
READERS: Lyne Acacio & Volunteer/ Natalie Bullen & Peter Ross/ Tamara McGougan & Dan Wood/ Arnie Schliwa & Noemi Longmore/ Bernie Smith & Meka McCormack.
COUNTERS: Sunday 27th December: Ken White/ Kerry Ryan/ Anne Marie Pike/ Lenke Winter/ Tim Laver.
CLEANERS: Saturday 12th December: Alana Williams/ Connie Chadinah/ Ian Ferandez/ Carol Janeczko/ Evelyn D’Souza/ Clair McCormack.
BAKERS: Glory Be Café is still closed.
SERVERS: Glory Be Café is still closed.
STATUE OF FATIMA: From 12th December to the 19th December the Statue of Fatima will be with Eagle family in Ocean Reef. Those wishing to join them in saying the Rosary can call 08 9300 4415 to arrange. From the 19th December the statue will be the Shirley-Ann in Hillarys.
DEVOTION TO THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS: Is held on the first Friday of every month during 9.00am Mass. The next Devotion will be on Friday the 4th December.
EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT: Adoration is held on Wednesdays 9.30am–7pm and Fridays 9.30am–7pm.
PRAY FOR THE SICK: We pray for all those in our parish’s Book of the Sick. You are most welcome to add names to this book in the foyer of the Church. Please cross out when our prayers are no longer needed.
Death & Anniversary
Our Prayers this week will be offered for Welfredo Willas, Pam Fernando, Robert Lee, Simon Khng, Pearl Sein Win, Gloria Canelo de Rivas, Roberto Atilio Morales, Marie Daisy Augustin, Josefina Cerdenio Bernido, Francis Xavier, Maria Hendri, Roy Barr, David Lumula Shile, Mary Khakali, Peter Richards, Henry Maseyk, Fred Cronin, Pat Chambers, Francis Hendriyadi, Vincente Vai, Madeline Anh, All Doctors, Nurses and Heath Care workers who have died from Covid-19, for all our departed loved ones, all Holy Souls, all victims of Covid-19, all those recently deceased and those who have their anniversary around this time.
John the Baptist’s call to repentance is echoed in the U.S. bishops’ pastoral letter on stewardship: “Christmas must beg God for the grace of conversion: the grace to know who they are, to whom they belong, how they are to live – the grace to repent and change and grow, the grace to become good disciples and stewards.”
1. Emmanuel Centre: End of year celebration with Christmas Carols during Mass. Tuesday 15th December, starting at 11am at 25 Windsor St, Perth (near the Perth train station). RSVP to 9328 8113 or firstname.lastname@example.org by 10th December.
2. Catholic Mission’s 2020 Christmas Reflection in Word & Music: As part of this year’s Advent season, Catholic Mission will present a Christmas Reflection on Modern Slavery on Wednesday December 9th from 6.30pm to 8.30pm at St Patrick’s Basilica in Fremantle. It will be a beautiful evening of sacred classical music interspersed with inspirational readings and a key note meditation by Professor Francis Campbell, Vice Chancellor of Notre Dame University. Due to COVID-19 protocols, seats are limited and will need to be booked via www.trybooking.com/BNAMI. For those who are unable to make it, the event will be live-streamed & online via www.catholicmission.org.au/perth2020. For more information & a digital copy of the Reflection booklet email Francis at email@example.com or phone 9422 7933.
3. That Catholic Shop: is an exciting development for Aid to the Church in Need Australia. This year do some Christmas shopping on the online store and support the works of ACN to keep the faith alive. Please visit www.thatcatholicshop.com
Fr Cyprian's Weekly reflection: Second Sunday of Advent - B
Various events and or occasions in our lives command a certain level of preparation. We prepare for weddings, for a childbirth, for our first job interview or business opportunity and so forth. When an important person is scheduled to visit our home or community, we make arrangements so that we can offer them a meaningful welcome and stay with us, don’t we? I recall with amazement how local roads and buildings along some of the roads in my constituency used to be done up weeks leading to a visit by Kenya’s late head of state Mr Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi. Itinerary and security planning that gets considered when a prime minister comes visiting our state and local councils can be quite telling of the preparations we make for such a visitor. At a parish level, we all get working in preparation when our local bishop is scheduled to visit so that he is assured of our commitment to his leadership and guidance.
As we mark the second Sunday of Advent, scripture readings present us firmly the theme of preparation. Preparation for what/who? It is a preparation for the one who is proclaimed to us by the prophet Isaiah and John the Baptist, Jesus Christ. According to St Mark the evangelist, His arrival marks the beginning of good news. His birth establishes a new order in the world and so demands that old orders and ways be completely severed; war, injustice, poverty and division. He alone is the peaceful ruler of the new kingdom which He rules and guides like a shepherd; with kindness, love and tenderness. The gospel is very clear: that we make the lord’s path straight. There is an urgent call here to examine our lives and recognise the times we have not walked on the path marked out for us by God. On the day of our baptism and when we were later sealed with the gifts of the Holy Spirit at our confirmation, we committed to following Jesus and making gospel values the teacher of our conscience. The question we must then ask ourselves as we prepare for the birth of our Lord is this: have we followed the commandments and more importantly loved one another as Jesus has loved us? What stops us from loving like Jesus loves us?
In a year that we have suffered so much pain brought to us by this COVID 19 pandemic, it is reassuring to hear the prophet speak words of consolation – ‘Console my people, console them...’ The coming of Jesus at his birth must be well prepared for because it will bring much needed consolation to those who have lost their loved ones to this pandemic, those who have lost a routine to their lives, those who have lost their livelihoods, those who have been separated for many months now with no certainty of physical meeting. Waiting for this consoling presence of God can seem quite long coming judged by our human standards. It is true, a lot many across the world have understandably lost patience and even doubt if God really cares. The words of St. Peter provide us confidence that our waiting and preparing for the Lord’s birth is not in vain. God’s time is perfect and all He asks of us is our patience, trust and self-examination to see if we are actually living according to His gracious commandments.
The prophet Isaiah talks of levelling mountains, hills and valleys; making a straight path in the desert for the Lord. Jesus is God of the universe, our Mother Earth. Presently, the environment is crying out to us against cruelty of human activity. Matters of climate change and global warming have in these recent times dominated our media outlets with very little meaningful action from those in authority and sometimes from us individuals. We might consider as we prepare for Christmas, how we may actively contribute to a cleaner and more sustainable environment and what little steps we might take to aid slowing of global warming. For instance, have you considered how you may meaningfully dispose packaging of your Christmas gifts? How are you packing up the gifts you’ll be giving to family and friends this Christmas? Have the gifts you’re buying this Christmas got some consideration for the environment?
Whilst there is much more we can consider in our Christmas preparation, at the heart of today’s liturgy is how we prepare our hearts for the king of all hearts. It is in our hearts that Jesus will have to be born and be nurtured to maturity. In so doing, He actually nurtures us to maturity in the will of His and our Heavenly Father. Will He find us free of jealousy, free of grudges, free of hate, free of malice and indifference? At His birth in our hearts, He will hopefully find us in a state of grace and then He can give us grace upon graces. The one sure way of being in such state of grace is by celebrating the sacrament of reconciliation and committing to do all we can in our power to avoid any near occasion of sin wherever they may present themselves. Happy preparations!
Fr Cyprian Shikokoti, Parish Priest
Entrance Antiphon: Isaiah 30: 19, 30
O people of Sion, behold, the Lord will come to save the nations, and the Lord will make the glory of his voice heard in the joy of your heart.
Almighty and merciful God, may no earthly undertaking hinder those who set out in haste to meet your Son, but may our learning of heavenly wisdom gain us admittance to his company. Who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God, for ever and ever. Amen
First reading: Isaiah 40:1-5,9-11
‘Console my people, console them’ says your God. ‘Speak to the heart of Jerusalem and call to her that her time of service is ended, that her sin is atoned for, that she has received from the hand of the Lord double punishment for all her crimes.’ A voice cries, ‘Prepare in the wilderness a way for the Lord. Make a straight highway for our God across the desert. Let every valley be filled in, every mountain and hill be laid low. Let every cliff become a plain, and the ridges a valley; then the glory of the Lord shall be revealed and all mankind shall see it; for the mouth of the Lord has spoken.’ Go up on a high mountain, joyful messenger to Zion. Shout with a loud voice, joyful messenger to Jerusalem. Shout without fear, say to the towns of Judah, ‘Here is your God.’ Here is the Lord coming with power, his arm subduing all things to him. The prize of his victory is with him, his trophies all go before him. He is like a shepherd feeding his flock, gathering lambs in his arms, holding them against his breast and leading to their rest the mother ewes.
Responsorial Psalm: Ps. 84(85):9-14
Response: Lord, let us see your kindness, and grant us your salvation.
I will hear what the Lord God has to say, a voice that speaks of peace, peace for his people. His help is near for those who fear him and his glory will dwell in our land. R.
Mercy and faithfulness have met; justice and peace have embraced. Faithfulness shall spring from the earth and justice look down from heaven. R.
The Lord will make us prosper and our earth shall yield its fruit. Justice shall march before him and peace shall follow his steps. R.
Second reading: 2 Peter 3:8-14
There is one thing, my friends, that you must never forget: that with the Lord, ‘a day’ can mean a thousand years, and a thousand years is like a day. The Lord is not being slow to carry out his promises, as anybody else might be called slow; but he is being patient with you all, wanting nobody to be lost and everybody to be brought to change his ways. The Day of the Lord will come like a thief, and then with a roar the sky will vanish, the elements will catch fire and fall apart, the earth and all that it contains will be burnt up. Since everything is coming to an end like this, you should be living holy and saintly lives while you wait and long for the Day of God to come, when the sky will dissolve in flames and the elements melt in the heat. What we are waiting for is what he promised: the new heavens and new earth, the place where righteousness will be at home. So then, my friends, while you are waiting, do your best to live lives without spot or stain so that he will find you at peace.
Gospel Acclamation: Luke 3:4,6
Alleluia, alleluia! Prepare the way of the Lord, make straight his paths: all people shall see the salvation of God. Alleluia!
Gospel Reading: Mark 1:1-8
The beginning of the Good News about Jesus Christ, the Son of God. It is written in the book of the prophet Isaiah: Look, I am going to send my messenger before you; he will prepare your way. A voice cries in the wilderness: Prepare a way for the Lord, make his paths straight. and so it was that John the Baptist appeared in the wilderness, proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins. All Judaea and all the people of Jerusalem made their way to him, and as they were baptised by him in the river Jordan they confessed their sins. John wore a garment of camel-skin, and he lived on locusts and wild honey. In the course of his preaching he said, ‘Someone is following me, someone who is more powerful than I am, and I am not fit to kneel down and undo the strap of his sandals. I have baptised you with water, but he will baptise you with the Holy Spirit.’
Prayer over the Offerings:
Be pleased, O Lord, with our humble prayers and offerings, and, since we have no merits to plead our cause, come, we pray, to our rescue with the protection of your mercy. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Communion Antiphon: Bar 5: 5; 4: 36
Jerusalem, arise and stand upon the heights, and behold the joy which comes to you from God.
Prayer after Communion:
Replenished by the food of spiritual nourishment, we humbly beseech you, O Lord, that, through our partaking in this mystery, you may teach us to judge wisely the things of earth and hold firm to the things of heaven. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
A Prayer in a Time of a Pandemic
Holy God, you are our comfort and strength in times of Crisis, Pandemic and Uncertainty. Surround us now with your grace and peace through this global pandemic of COVID 19. By your Spirit, help those for whom the effects of this pandemic have been severe and even tragic. Sustain those who are working hard through it. Grant your wisdom to those governing and guiding us to a sense of normality. Fill us all with courage and hope of better days ahead. We ask this through Jesus Christ, our rock and redeemer. Amen.
Reflections from Pope Francis
The Good Path
Last Sunday we began Advent with the call to be vigilant; today, the Second Sunday of this season of preparation for Christmas, the liturgy indicates to us its proper content: it is a time to recognize the shortcomings in our life, to smooth out the roughness of pride and to make room for Jesus who comes.
The Prophet Isaiah addresses the people, proclaiming the end of the Exile in Babylon
and the return to Jerusalem. He prophesies: “A voice cries: ‘In the wilderness prepare
the way of the Lord… Every valley shall be lifted up’” (40:3-4). The valleys to be lifted up
represent all the shortcomings of our behaviour before God, all our sins of omission. One shortcoming in our life could be the fact that we do not pray or that we pray little. Advent is thus a favourable time to pray with greater intensity, to reserve to the spiritual life the important place it deserves. Another shortcoming could be a lack of charity for our neighbour, above all toward people most in need of help, not only material, but also spiritual. We are called to be more attentive, closer, to the needs of others. Like John the Baptist, in this way we can open the ways of hope in the desert of the barren hearts of many people.
“Every mountain and hill shall be made low” (cf. v. 4), Isaiah again exhorts. The mountains and hills that must be made low are pride, arrogance, insolence. Where there is pride, where there is insolence, where there is arrogance, the Lord cannot enter because that heart is full of pride, of insolence, of arrogance. For this reason, we must allay this pride. We must take on attitudes of meekness and humility, without reproach, to listen, to speak with meekness and thus to prepare for the coming of our Saviour, He who is meek and humble of heart (cf. Mt 11:29). Then we are asked to eliminate all obstacles that we set against our union with the Lord: “the uneven ground shall become level, and the rough places a plain. And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed” — says Isaiah — “and all flesh shall see it together” (40:4-5). These actions, however, must be performed with joy, because they are designed in preparation for the coming of Jesus. At home, when we await the visit of a dear person, we prepare everything with care and gladness. In the same way, we want to prepare ourselves for the coming of the Lord: to await him each day attentively, so as to be filled by his grace when he comes.
The Saviour whom we await is able to transform our life with his grace, with the power of the Holy Spirit, with the power of love. The Holy Spirit, in fact, infuses our hearts with God’s love, the inexhaustible source of purification, of new life and freedom. The Virgin Mary fully lived this reality, allowing herself to be ‘baptized’ by the Holy Spirit who inundated her with his power. May she, who prepared for the coming of Christ with the totality of her existence, help us to follow her example and may she guide our steps to the coming Lord.
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Parish Priest: Fr Cyprian M. Shikokoti
Ph: 0450 464 678
Assistant Priest: Fr Francis Quoc Tran
Ph: 0466 909 282
Secretaries: Christine List & Mary McGrath-Yek
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 9am –4pm
Sacramental Coordinator: Brigid Fredericks
Ph: 9307 2776
Missioncare: Donna Moxey (Meals, Visiting & Family help)
Ph: 0434 637 355
Youth and Young Adult Contact Details
Youth Choir: Nicole Westneat - 0411 542 619
Youth & Family Choir: Fran Christie Zscherpel - 0433 852 967
WyFi: Luke 0401 822 932 or Amanda 0421 144 992
Rachel Wood 0400 958 513
Margy Reeler 0458 509 054
Andrew DeMaio 0422 236 051