The Southern Cross : July 2010
The Southern Cross July 2010 Page 15 www.adelaide.catholic.org.au schools Term Investment Less than $1,000 0.10% $1,000 - $1,999 0.50% $2,000 - $4,999 2.25% $5,000 - $19,999 3.75% $20,000 + 5.50% Catholic Education Fee Savings Account 5.00% Personal Account Less than $1,000 0.25% $1,000 - $1,999 0.50% $2,000 - $4,999 2.00% $5,000 - $19,999 3.50% $20,000 + 5.00% Prepaid Funeral Plan Contact your funeral director Read more about CDF at www.cdfadl.com.au or phone 08 8210 8215 How can my savings make a difference? Assisting parishes Charitable causes Building classrooms Quality education Helping those in need Religious and pastoral initiatives 5.00%P.A. CATHOLIC EDUCATION FEE SAVINGS ACCOUNT *TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY What's 1330 kms among friends? A schoolyard sausage sizzle has united a handful of teenagers hundreds of kilometres apar t and traversed a massive cultural divide to produce enduring friendships. Students from Adelaide's St Aloysius College were last month reunited with three youth from Pipalyatjara -- a remote Aboriginal community in South Australia's Anangu Pitjantjatjara Lands. Renae Douglas (16), Kushia Young (16) and Megan Nelson (17) visited the all-girls school, on Wakefield St, for the first time since meeting six St Aloysius senior students in the AP Lands in March. The visit coincided with a sausage sizzle during lunch time to raise funds for the Pipalyatjara School, about 1330 km nor th-west of Adelaide. A fundraiser earlier in the year also helped purchase materials for face painting, balloon crafts, games and ar t activities with students at Pipalyatjara. All of the Adelaide students involved in the six- day inaugural Pipalyatjara exchange have said the trip had changed their lives and they were eager to return. "I went to Pipalyatjara hoping to make a dif ference to the kids' lives, and I think we all did, but somehow I think they made a bigger dif ference to mine," said Georgia Gray. REUNITED: St Aloysius acting principal John Konopka, social justice team and teacher Briony Collard, Cristina Ambrosi, Georgia Gray, social justice co-coordinator Sue Holoubek, Megan Nelson, Renae Douglas, Madeleine Kelly, and Kushia Young.