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28 June 2018

As the end of the financial year draws to a close, please consider making a tax deductable gift to help develop young men with a genuine desire to make the world a better place in which to live. The college is a place of learning and growth and the Ambrose Treacy College Foundation’s role is to support this ethos. We thank you for your support this year but if you missed out on attending our wonderful inaugural LONG LUNCH and would like to make a gift to the Foundation, please complete the Gift Intention Form via the link below.

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Your Community News | Week 5

18 May 2018

Last Thursday evening, mums with year 11 boys met for a lovely and lively dinner at My Thai in Auchenflower. Bowls of delicious fresh food were juggled left and right in amongst great conversations including our sons, books, shows, art and family.

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Your Week 4 Community News

13 May 2018

We hope all our mums have been spoilt today on Mothers’ Day. Thank you to all the mums, grandmothers, aunties and carers who joined us on Westcourt deck at Friday morning’s Mothers’ Day Breakfast. The cooks and waiters did a great job so here’s an idea… why not keep surprising Mum by buying tickets to see Grease the Arena Experience. Get in quick, they are selling fast. Click here to book tickets.

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Your Week 3 Community News

04 May 2018

You’ll see there’s a great line up of friendraising events in our ATC Community this month. Coming up fast is our Mothers’ Day Breakfast on Friday 11 May. Book now to pre-order food and drinks. RSVP closes on Sunday night. You do not want to miss this one. Thinking about a special gift for your Mum, Aunt or Gran? How about tickets to see ‘Grease The Arena Experience’? Read on to find out how to spoil the lovely ladies in your life.

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Week 2 Community News

27 April 2018

It was wonderful to see so many parents getting together over the past two weeks with the Sports Awards Night and Year 4 Elders day and Mass, not to mention the ANZAC Liturgy on Tuesday.

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