On 2 September, one of the greatest charity events in the history of Geelong schools occurred at St Joseph’s College, Tri-UMPH, a TRI-annual meeting of schools united to ‘Make Poverty History. The schools included are St Joseph’s, Sacred Heart, Clonard and St Ignatius. The day was a mixture of music, mingling and good fun, the music was headlined by some local acts, including: The Rusty and Sam brose Automobile. It was also a great chance for school bands and promising young DJs to show their talent. The day was a fantastic opportunity for us to socialize with friends and meet new people. In the end, it was a huge success, raising over $35,000 for people who are living in less fortunate conditions than us. The overall success of the day was a huge credit to the amazing leaders from all four schools involved, and I speak on behalf of not just my Year Level, but my school, when I say that it was one of the proudest days in St Joseph’s history, and a perfect representation of what St Joseph’s is all about.
Josh Looker – Year 10