Holy Spirit Catholic School set to open time capsule tomorrow!

Holy Spirit Catholic School is a place where children learn and find strength – the Spirit. As a Catholic co-educational primary school located in Cranbrook, Holy Spirit is one of Townsville’s oldest and now largest Catholic schools with more than 670 students from Prep to Year 6.

 2019 marks the year when Holy Spirit Catholic School celebrates their 50th anniversary. A special day full of wonderful activities have been organised by the school for tomorrow, Saturday 3 August.

 A special event of opening a time capsule will take place at 3.30pm.

 “The time capsule was a millennium project and the plate indicates that it is to be opened on the 50th anniversary of the school. We are keen to see what has been placed in the capsule” said Principal Geraldine Egelton.

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