1457 Ignatian Newsletter - Friday 18 February 2022
Dear Members of the Loyola College Community,
Over the last fortnight we have had many wonderful opportunities of meeting families through various events at the College. It has been pleasing to hear that students have settled in well and that their commencement this year has been overwhelmingly positive.
40th Anniversary Gala Concert
This event, which had been postponed for two years due to COVID finally took place on the evening of 5 February in the Inigo Theatre. It was a celebration of the Loyola Musical Productions of the past with former alumni and current students invited to perform at the event. There was a wonderful range of excellent performances, and the evening was very well attended. I thank Mr O’Keeffe, our Director of College and Community Engagement, for persevering in having the event take place despite the challenges of the last two years. I also thank all the performers and all who assisted on the night.
Year 12 Breakfast
This was held on Tuesday morning of last week in the Old Loyola Courtyard. It was a wonderful cool morning and was very well attended by the Year 12 students and their parents/carers. This event celebrates the students’ commencement of the final year of secondary school for our students. I thank Deputy Principal -Students Mrs Salmic, Ms Solomon and the Canteen staff for organising the event.
College Opening Assembly
This took place outdoors on Thursday of last week in the Two Wolves Hub and was a wonderful celebration of student achievement and Student Leadership. Our Year 12 high achievers were invited back to be acknowledged, including our College Dux, Matthew Stanton, and Proxime, Callista Nguyen. Students who had received the highest number of Gold Merits at the end of 2021 were also recognised. The student leaders for 2022 were inducted and committed to serving the College community through leadership this year. I thank Mr O’Keeffe for overseeing the organisation of this event.
Gift from Parade College
At the Opening Assembly the Principal of Parade College, Mr Kuppe presented Loyola with a chalice and paten that had been given to the Christian Brothers at Parade College by the Jesuits when the seminary at Watsonia closed at the end of 1974. These sacred objects had been used by the Jesuits at Watsonia until they deconsecrated the chapel at Watsonia and distributed many of their scared objects and vessels from the chapel amongst surrounding parishes. Mr Kuppe was thanked for this lovely gesture.
LCAA Classic Car Show
This event was held on Friday 11 February and was organised by our Past Students Association. Over 280 Classic Cars were on display with hundreds of visitors coming to view them. This was our largest ever car show and a resounding success! I thank the LCAA for overseeing the organisation of this popular event with the assistance of many volunteers, current students and members of the College staff.
The response to these meetings has again been highly favourable, with excellent numbers of parents and students participating in the online conversations. Families who were unable to attend will be contacted to make an alternative appointment to meet. We continue to engage more parents and students in the learning process with the aim of further improving student outcomes. There were many conversations around learning, setting realistic goals for the year and future pathway options. Parents, as in the past, are encouraged to contact subject teachers about any specific subject related concerns. The next Academic Conversations will be subject teacher based and more information about these will be made available later in the term.
VCAA Season of Excellence
We congratulate Class of 2021 graduates and current Year 12 students, Kayla Icovski, Jayde Smith, Lauren Trenou, Hayley Keating and Elijah Treglia on being selected to perform at this year’s VCAA event at which the top students in the State are selected to perform. Kayla and Jayde have been selected for Dance performance solos, Lauren and Hayley for Drama and Elijah for Monologue performance. This is a wonderful achievement, and we wish them well in their respective performances.
Concerns and Complaints
A reminder to all parents/carers that the College has a Protocol and Guidelines for Parents in Expressing Concerns/Complaints about College Related Matters as well as the Parent School Relationships Code of Conduct. I ask that families familiarise themselves with these two documents which can be found on the College website by clicking the Information tab and then going to Policies.
It is timely as we begin a new school year to remind parent and carer members of the College community that respect for all is the basis on which we operate and it is therefore expected of all who are part of this community. It should also be noted that our staff have many responsibilities and the expectation that there will be an instant response to a concern is simply unreasonable. Staff will handle concerns based on other competing priorities and it may therefore take a few days before matters are addressed.
Lateness to School
We continue to have some students arriving late to school. Morning traffic generally is worsening in our area and therefore families need to organise students to leave home earlier in order to arrive at the College by 8:15am. Your cooperation in regard to this matter would be greatly appreciated.
School Attendance and Holidays During School Time
I bring to the attention of all that the student attendance expectation for all students is 90%. Research has clearly demonstrated that students who do not regularly attend school fall behind in their studies and this impacts seriously on their future pathways.
I am receiving an increasing number of requests from families wishing to take their children out of school to go on holidays. Given the children have missed so much onsite schooling due to COVID, I ask families to avoid organising holidays during school time. This takes students away from their studies and it is very difficult for them to catch up even if some holiday homework is given. Absence as a result of holidays will still be counted as student absence from classes and will contribute to the attendance percentage for the student.
Students who fail to meet this requirement are at risk of jeopardising promotion at the end of the year.
Student Drop Off and Pick Up Areas
Parents and carers are asked to observe the drop off and pick up protocols when using the Grimshaw Street entrance (Gate 1) in mornings and afternoons. These protocols are for traffic to move steadily for the safety of all students. Drivers exiting Gate 1B are to be mindful of pedestrians crossing that exit gate on the Grimshaw footpath.
Gate 4 on Bungay Street is not to be used by parents in the mornings and afternoons as there is no internal drop off and pick-up area on that side of the College. You are encouraged to park away from Bungay Street and use the surrounding streets and then your child can walk to and from the College to meet you. Only College staff are permitted to use this gate at these peak times.
As we move into the routine of the new school year with, hopefully, fewer interruptions to learning, let us thank God and be grateful for the many opportunities this year will bring to our community. We are truly blessed to have this College working in the mission of the Church to support our young people. May St Ignatius continue to be our guide and inspiration in serving others.
Mr Joseph Favrin,
COLLEGE & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
40th Anniversary Gala Concert
On Saturday February 5th, the Inigo Theatre hosted our long anticipated 40th Anniversary Gala Concert. This event was three years in the making after numerous postponements, but was well worth the wait, as former staff and students involved with musicals at Loyola returned for a magical evening. Supported by current students, the night showcased the amazing talent Loyola has produced over the years. Many tears were shared as cast and creative teams reunited on and off the stage while they relived their time in musicals at Loyola. Congratulations to everyone involved.
Elite Performance Grant
The Loyola Friends and Parents Association (LPFA), generously support young achievers in their pursuit of elite Sport or Performing Arts each year at the College. Students are given the opportunity to apply for a grant of up to $500.00 to put towards their travel expenses and costs for major events in which they are participating in. Students can apply for this grant at any time of the year via the link below.
Catch Up Photo Day
Due to a large amount of absence as a result of COVID, we will be hosting a catch up photo day on Tuesday 1st March during Periods 1 & 2. Any students who missed out on our February photo day are welcome to attend to have their photo taken. Students will be emailed details.
Mr Michael O'Keeffe,
College & Community Engagement
The Annual Fee Account was emailed to all families on or after 31 January, 2022. There is only one account issued for the yearly tuition fees and levies, regardless of the Fee Paying Arrangement selected. Accounts are also available to view on the Parent Portal under the Finance tab. If you require assistance with accessing the Portal or have misplaced/not received your login details, please contact ICT support on 8548 9499 or via email at
Please note that the due date for the Annual Account is Friday 25 February, 2022. Where an account is paid in full by 5:00 PM on 25 February, 2022, an Early Payment discount of $300 per student will apply. Where an account has been split, the Early Payment discount should be calculated on a pro-rata basis. No extensions will be granted.
Fee Paying Arrangements
Confirmations of the arrangement applied to accounts were emailed to families on or after 16 December, 2021. Please take a moment to check this email and confirm that the arrangement listed is your preferred payment option.
Parents and guardians who do not have an active Fee Paying Arrangement in place, are automatically listed for an annual payment due 25 February, 2022.
If you wish to change your listed arrangement, please complete the relevant forms and email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. For any enquiries, please contact the Finance Department on (03) 9433 0292 or via email at email@example.com.
It is the expectation of the College that all arrangements are adhered to, or immediate contact made if there is any concern. Where arrangements are not adhered to, the College will be bound by the Fees & Charges Policy. All parents/guardians are encouraged to take the time to read the policy and familiarise themselves with its contents.
Any additional charges (eg music, library charges, specialist camps and/or excursions) that may be incurred throughout the year, may not be included in your arrangement and should be paid by the due date of the account issued or contact made with our Finance Department to adjust an arrangement accordingly.
Families that have selected the Semester or Quarterly Arrangement, must pay their first instalment (as noted on the Fee Paying Arrangement confirmation email) by 25 February, 2022. Reminders will be issued prior to the due date for all subsequent instalments.
As noted on the College Fee Schedule, an Administration Fee of $30 per child, per term will be applied if payment arrangements are not adhered to.
Parents and guardians facing hardship with payment of fees are asked to contact the Business Manager.
Mr Mark Arnavas,
TEACHING & LEARNING
School Assessed Coursework (SACs) are Part of Assessment
As the term progresses student assessment becomes more frequent. It is during this period that students can start to feel the pressure of assessment(s). It is important that we keep in mind what assessment is. Assessment is the opportunity for students and teachers to assess what they have been learning in class and receive important feedback on their strengths and areas for improvement. Assessment only tests or examines what students have already been studying.
At Unit 3/4 level, each SAC is often only worth a small percentage of the total year’s overall assessment, with the majority of the end of year results weighted heavily on examination results.
Some hints to avoid assessment stress:
- Complete all set work
- Complete a regular homework program
- Use your class time well
- Revise consistently
- Attend out of class help sessions, such as master classes held after school
- Meet with your teacher to go over the feedback after SACs/SATs
- Set achievable goals
- Attend Homework Club on a Tuesday/Wednesday after school
- Use the Study Design to guide learning and revision
Students should discuss any concerns that they may have with their subject teacher, mentor or the relevant Student Programs Coordinator.
Immediate S for Units 1- 4 SACs
Students will receive an immediate S for a SAC when they have demonstrated the following:
- Produce work that demonstrates achievement of the outcomes
- Submit work that is clearly their own
- Observe the rules of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) and the school. (School rules may include for example Attendance or Submission of Work policies)
If any or all of these are not satisfied at the time of the SAC/SAT a student can be awarded a ‘Provisional N’. There are many options to redeem an S for any missed Learning Outcome(s). Students will need to consult with their subject teacher about the best way to proceed.
Assessing Student Curriculum and Assessment Grades
Both students and parents/guardians have access to curriculum material via our Learning Management System, LMS. Teaching Staff post course work, homework and resources to help our learners as they travel through this year’s curriculum. It is possible to track student usage and we aim to support parents to a level of comfort with using the LMS as a means to view what their child is working through in class. Assessment marks will also be placed on the LMS within three weeks of being collected, moderated and marked.
Please check the parent portal for the following events, both held on the 22nd of February:
Senior Programs Information Evening for Parents
The evening will provide parents and carers with information relating to the VCE and VCAL procedures, and we believe that you will find this information essential to your understanding of your child’s VCE or VCAL years, which can potentially be daunting and confusing.
Year 7 Learning at Home Evening
The evening will be broken into a number of sessions including;
- Learning framework at home: non-digital
- One learner’s story about keeping engaged and focused
- What does a good routine look like?
- Learning framework at home: digital and how to trouble shoot
Mrs Suzanne Pola,
Learning & Teaching
On Friday the 11th of February the Student Leaders participated in the Loyola Student Leadership Day.
We began our morning in upstairs K-Block, where Mr Calderone and Mrs Salamon lead us in group discussions mixed with different year levels and houses talking about our leadership qualities, as well as what we would like to achieve in our roles this year.
We continued our day by having a presentation from Mr Martino discussing our public speaking skills and how to deliver a speech in front of an audience, then testing these skills by having us write a 1–2 minute speech, with volunteers speaking in front of the group.
After a short recess break, we headed back upstairs, where Mr Moore spoke briefly about the leadership service portfolios and what their intended purposes are. We then broke off into our respective House and Co-Curricular groups where we discussed our goals for the year and how we planned to achieve them.
After lunch in the Old Loyola Courtyard, we went to Go Climb. Following a short drive to Coburg, we spilt into House groups and participated in a large range of activities. There was a minigolf course, the GoPlay play area and the rock-climbing wall where there were several different walls to climb. These activities helped us develop our leadership and team work skills. Overall, Leadership Day was a fun and worthwhile experience that allowed all of us to become closer as a group and better leaders for the College.
Chisholm House Captain
Welcome to the Performing Arts in 2022!
We are so incredibly excited to kickstart a year full of drama, music and dance. So, let’s see what we have in store with our upcoming events.
We have Loyola College’s Annual House Eisteddfod! This is a competition where the six houses of Loyola go head to head to head to head to head to head producing and performing a 12 minute musical. We encourage everyone to support their house to get involved whether it be onstage or off-stage. Rehearsals are Fridays from 3:30 until 5:30 beginning the 11th of February. They will be run by house leaders in the house’s respective area. Can’t wait to see you there!
Loyola College offers a range of music in the co-curricular program, including a junior and senior band and choir, strings ensemble, woodwind ensemble with various other bands and groups. They get the chance to perform at the Winter Showcase, Annual Showcase, the yearly Christmas Carols, along with various other events throughout the year. The times for these groups will all be put up at the entrance of MPAC to give people a chance to see what they might be interested in joining, as we encourage everyone to give some of them a go.
This year we aim to create more performance opportunities for everyone. Therefore, we are very keen to introduce weekly lunchtime performances. These performances will showcase the talent of many performing arts students in group and individual performances. In addition, it will be a great source of entertainment during lunchtime breaks.
We can’t wait to see all of your bright and smiling faces in the corridors of the Magis Performing Arts Centre!
Hayley Keating, Nathan List,
Drama Captain Music Captain
As we begin the new school year, you may notice an increase in your child’s academic stress and anxiety. Over the last few years, many students have adopted an unhelpful attitude towards school due to the various and consistent challenges they have faced (i.e. COVID and lockdowns). While this is not an uncommon response for adolescents, it can lead to mental health struggles. It is helpful to be aware of certain behaviours that can widely affect them mentally, personally, socially, and academically. Here are some things that might indicate your child needs additional support:
- Lowered self-efficacy. They are struggling to meet the day to day demands of secondary school which ultimately lessens their potential to reach personal goals.
- Social issues. They have ongoing social issues and are seemingly unable to resolve conflict on their own.
- Inability to regulate emotions. They are experiencing more emotional outbursts than normal (i.e. crying when they can’t problem solve, behavioral outbursts, increase in anger).
- Low mood. You may notice they are feeling sad, have negative self-talk, have little interest or pleasure in doing things they normally enjoy, have disrupted sleep and eating patterns, lack energy, and struggle to concentrate.
If you notice these things in your child, here are a few suggestions from our Counselling Team at Loyola:
- Have conversations with your child that focus on the positive qualities of this time. The “benefits” of being back at school and opportunities available – this assists in reframing unhelpful thoughts/associations.
- Highlight past success if your child is lacking confidence or unsettled. Many students are not actually beginning their secondary school adventure and have already compiled a history of resilience and success.
- Facilitate socialisation with other students and yourself (when appropriate). Your child’s mood at school is often predominantly dictated by social comfortability – some friendships may need to be restrengthened.
- Allow some time for adjustment. For instance, your child’s current sleep schedules may not be conducive to meeting the now immediate responsibilities at school – be willing to negotiate.
- Validate worries. Be empathetic and highlight the collective nature of this experience, that they are not doing this alone. Be direct in offering information regarding services available to ease transition worries. Your child will be more transparent when their emotional needs are met.
- Model optimism. Mindsets can be communicated through behaviour. If you can share your own personal optimism for the year, your child may begin to entertain these possibilities
- Refer to counselling. If you think your child may benefit from counselling at school, email the Loyola counselling team at firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to their mentor/Head of House.
Loyola College Counsellors
Taking measures to protect oneself against unwanted attention or against criminal activity while working, socialising, emailing, playing or banking on the Internet is known as ‘Cybersafety’. Everything a person does via the Internet adds to that person’s ‘digital footprint’.
Schools play an obvious part in providing students a range of Internet-based learning opportunities that are engaging as well as safe. But given young people spend a significant proportion of their home time surfing online, socialising or playing games on the Internet, the cyber risks they may be exposing themselves to are more likely to be higher while at home than at school. Consequently, it is important that parents/guardians understand the risks their children face while ‘living’ in the Internet.
Over a number of subsequent Ignatian Newsletter issues, I will be exploring some Cybersafety issues that students and parents/guardians need to be aware of. Be prepared to be surprised and even shocked with what is revealed!
Let us start with the first topic:
How to block nefarious Internet websites
Home security products and services:
While Loyola College does not endorse specific home security products or services, these are two products/services that may be worth investigating. Click on the links below to read their reviews:
- Family Zone (https://www.choice.com.au/electronics-and-technology/internet/internet-privacy-and-safety/articles/family-zone-review) – a “cyber gatekeeper for all your digital devices – including phones, tablets and games consoles”
- Circle with Disney (https://au.pcmag.com/parental-control-monitoring/54659/circle-with-disney) – a “security appliance, controlled by a simple mobile app, that provides parental control filtering and time limits for every device in your home network.”
These products are not free and are typically offered as a monthly subscription service. The service provider is constantly updating its blacklisted website registry, so that users have access to the most up-to-date protection.
Device-Based Websites Blocks
Different browsers and Operating Systems provide varying functions for blacklisting specific websites, eg Google Chrome provides three such blockers, in the form of extensions: uBlacklist, Block Site and StafFocusd.
However, please be aware that such device-based website blockers are generally not as effective as the home cyber-security products and services listed above. This is because it would be almost impossible for a home user to keep their blacklist up to date with what is happening on the Internet.
If you have a specific cyber-security question or concern, please contact the ICT Helpdesk.
Excess to be Paid on Accidental Damage Claims
Please note, Microsoft, under its Terms and Conditions, enforces a $110 (incl. GST) Excess charge for each Surface Laptop Accidental Damage claim made under Microsoft’s policy. Please note that the payment of an excess does not apply to warranty claims.
Please be advised that invoices for Accidental Damage claim Excess payments will be issued by Centorrino Technologies, on Microsoft’s behalf. Once payment has been received, Microsoft will give the approval for the Accidental Damage claim to be processed.
Microsoft will also enforce, across Year 7 to 9, a stricter interpretation of what constitutes ‘accidental damage’. Intentional damage is not covered under the terms of Microsoft’s policy, which includes engraving the student’s name on the laptop. A sticky label should be used, instead. Note that ownership of the device is identified by the device’s serial number, which is registered with Microsoft. Also, please ensure the tough case remains on the device at all times.
Please contact either Victor Dalla-Vecchia (email@example.com) or Suzanne Pola (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any concerns. For policy specific questions please contact Phil Milione of Centorrino Technologies (email@example.com).
Mr Victor Dalla-Vecchia,
Hello and welcome to 2022 in the Loyola Library! It is a pleasure and privilege to be stepping into the role of Head of Information Services here at the College, and I am grateful for all the support I have already received from the College community in my first few weeks. Thank you for being so welcoming and encouraging. Please do not hesitate to reach out and get in touch with me if there is anything you would like to discuss.
Before students returned for Term 1, the entire Library team met and discussed our aims for the 2022 academic year. As we are all well and truly aware, the last two years have been tough to say the least. For about a third of our students, this means they have not had a normal relationship or experience with the library. Therefore, our focus as a team this year is to remind students that the library and its staff are here to serve many different needs; find books, use study spaces, get research assistance, or even find a quiet place to sit. My tagline that students and staff have heard me say in almost every interaction already this term is that “libraries are no longer about books and shhh!”. Gone are the days of the library serving just one purpose, and we hope our school community recognises that.
The beginning of the academic year in the College library is marked by two very exciting events on our calendar; the Summer Reading Challenge, and Library Lovers’ Day. At the end of the 2021 academic year, the Summer Reading Challenge was launched, in which staff and students were encouraged to continue to read over the Summer and earn a point for their house by discussing their book with library staff. In the last week of the competition before entries closed at 5pm Friday 11 February, I was releasing updates via email, filled with cryptic clues to try and inspire some friendly competition. I’m very glad to say that this worked better than I could have hoped, with just under 200 books registered in the last 10 days of the challenge! It was a race to the finish line with some interesting tactics utilised by some houses, and the last day of the competition was anybody’s game, with two houses working especially hard to earn 1st place. We even had a student submit an entry at 4:59pm! It is a great pleasure to announce that McAuley are the champions of the 2021/22 Summer Reading Challenge. Congratulations McAuley!
Library Lovers’ Day is celebrated across the library industry on February 14 each year. The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) release a theme, and this year it is “Show the Love”. It is a chance for us all to engage with our passions, hobbies and interests, and show appreciation for how libraries help us pursue them. To celebrate, the Library is hosting a Scavenger Hunt all week, and will host a quiz at Lunchtime on Thursday 17 February. All students and staff are welcome, and there are many prizes to be won! Staff and students are also invited to have a “Blind Date with a Book” and pick a random book from our front table display. Who knows, maybe you’ll find the perfect read.
And finally, a quick reminder on our Library opening hours throughout the term:
Mon-Thurs: 8am – 5:45pm
Fri: 8am – 5pm
Until next time, happy reading!
Ms Brittany D’Silva,
Head of Information Services
Morning Tours – 2022
Morning Tours for Semester 1 will be take place on the following dates from 9.00 am – 11. 00 am:
Monday, 28th March
Monday, 9th May
Monday, 6th June
Monday, 18th July
2022 LPFA Winery – A Day in the Yarra
Please join us to A Day in the Yarra on Saturday, 21st May. Great places to visit and a wonderful lunch. Please refer to flyer in the Ignatian. Limited places available. Book now – www.loyola.vic.edu.au/tickets/ $120 per person. Adult only event. All attendees must be fully vaccinated.
Due to popular demand the LPFA will continue to run the wine fundraiser in 2022. There are seven different varieties, so if you need to buy wine for personal consumption or to give as a gift, click on the article attached in the Ignatian.
- RAFFLE: Every fundraiser order online or paper based receives a ticket to win 1 of 5 Village Gold Class MOVIE VOUCHER to the value of $100.00 each. Drawn: 31.03.2022
- BONUS BOTTLE OFFER: For all online Fundraiser orders: buy any 12 bottles – get 1 FREE BONUS bottle (selected from the wines in your order)
Year 7 Get together- Friday, 18th March
The LPFA are very excited to welcome all Year 7 families to a fun filled Year 7 Family Get Together. This is a great opportunity to meet other Loyola families. Both students (siblings included) and parents are welcome to attend.
WHEN: - Friday, 18th March
TIME: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
WHERE: Loyola Companions Hall
$10 per family – includes food, drink, ice-cream, games and entertainment (free entry prize raffle ticket)
Mrs Dianna Alonso,
Community Liaison Officer
CLASS OF 2021
Congratulations to our class of 2021 who received a record number of University offers. We wish them the best of luck for their future.
LCAA CLASSIC CAR SHOW
The 2022 Loyola Classic Car Show was once again a huge success. With almost 290 beautiful cars adorning
the Loyola grounds, car enthusiasts, families and visitors from near and far enjoyed a fantastic night. The weather was perfect, the BBQ was sizzling, food trucks serving and the crowds were buzzing. Children enjoyed an animal farm, showbags and free balloons and everyone was entertained with live music from Out of Bounds who support this event every year, and the Loyola Soul Band who we hope to see again at future LCAA events.
The night doesn’t happen without the hardworking LCAA committee members assisted by their families, and a massive team of people. Thank you to Rebecca Andonovski, Yolanda Cauchi, Dianne Cheraghi, Troy Flores, Dempsey Mills and Michelle Morgan, the LPFA who cook up a storm at the BBQ, the many student volunteers including photographers and to Loyola staff – Michael O’Keeffe, Dianna Alonso, John Tran and Anthony Ventura. Thank you also to Joe Favrin for presenting the Principal’s Prize in memory of Tony Chirico (L:97-03, 09-15)+15 and to former LCAA Vice-President and longstanding member, Anthony Azzopardi for presenting the L-Car Award.
Thank you to the Gardens & Grounds team who put in many hours throughout the week to present the stunning grounds to our guests and there were many compliments on the manicured gardens which set a beautiful backdrop to the presentation of shiny cars. The Maintenance team once again gave a huge amount of time to fulfill big list of requests to move equipment, furniture etc.
Finally, thank you to show sponsors, Norton Abrasives Automotive Pacific and Car Builders for their support of the 2022 LCAA Classic Car Show and to supporting sponsors Resto My Ride Australia, Caroma Car Scents and Mister Minute. Their generosity and support of this major event in the LCAA calendar is much appreciated and the committee is so pleased to continue to support student scholarships at Loyola through the annual car show event.
Ms Monica Agius,