Is your school looking for a fundraising idea for the summer months?
Sipahh, a Star Choice™ registered product, has recently launched a school fundraising idea perfect for summer and for encouraging the consumption of reduced fat milk. Reduced fat milk, served with a Sipahh straw, is classified as ‘green’ for WA school canteens.
The latest edition of WASCA’s CanTeam newsletter is now on its way to WA school canteens. This edition is packed with vegie goodness, featuring ways to get ‘5 serves a day’, the ‘Meatless Monday’ movement, cool treats for summer, food safety facts and myths and six delicious recipes!
You will notice that the latest ‘What Works’ recipes are now available electronically. This term’s recipes are ‘apple shortcake slice’ and ‘easy pear teacake’. You can download your copy of the recipes by clicking here.
If you don’t receive your newsletter in the next couple of weeks, please contact us on 9264 4999.
WASCA’s Christmas General Meeting – King’s Park
October 23rd, 2015
WASCA members are invited to the Christmas General Meeting at King’s Park on Saturday 21 November at 10am. This is the last meeting for 2015.
Following the General Meeting, you will hear from our special guest, Ken Hayward. Ken is a Noongar Elder who will share moving stories, didgeridoo and provide an insight into bush medicine found right there in King’s Park.
We will then provide a delicious lunch.
School-aged children are welcome and will be supervised during the meeting, however places for children are limited so please register your attendance as soon as possible. A $5.00 fee per child is payable on the day and appreciated to subsidise the cost of their lunch.
We will be meeting in the Vietnam Memorial Pavilion, accessible via May Drive (near Zamia Cafe). Parking is available on May Drive.
Registrations are essential, for more information and registration details, click here.