KIndon State hits a half-century!

KINDON State School is turning 50!

A day full of, fun, entertainment and memorabilia is prepared for this Saturday, March 23. 

At 11am celebrations begin with a morning tea. The bar will be open from noon followed by a 1pm meat and salad lunch.

The offical part of the day begins at 2pm with a welcome song performed by Kindon students, a welcome speech by P&C President, Andrew Waugh, a message from first Principal – Read by Andrew Waugh, cutting of the cake by the first student, Col McClymont and 2013 School leader Keira Wolff and the unveiling of the Commemorative Stone by Mr Don Grobe, the  Assistant Regional Director, Department of Education, Training & Employment.

At 2.30pm Mr Greg Lahey will lead the digging up of the Time Capsule. An anniversary cricket match will follow at 3pm.

Displays of memorabilia will be available throughout the day as well as Kismet children’s entertainment activities and a raffle. At 6pm the bar will be closed.

It probably only feels like yesterday for these former students of the Kindon State Primary School. Organisers are hoping they will all show up to celebrate the school’s 50th anniversary.

It probably only feels like yesterday for these former students of the Kindon State Primary School. Organisers are hoping they will all show up to celebrate the school’s 50th anniversary.

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