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Rotarians dine at Narooma High


Local Rotarians enjoyed an excellent meal at Narooma High last Thursday prepared by the school’s Hospitality students.

‘It was a really good evening and the preparation and presentation of the meal was a credit to the students and their teachers,’ said Narooma Rotary President Bob Aston.

‘The hours put in by the students in preparing and serving the meal will count towards their mandatory on-the-job hours as part of their vocational course.’

Rotarians were also joined by Relieving Principal John Melville and five members of the Student Representative Council.

‘It was a great opportunity for Rotarians to find out more about the inner workings of the SRC and our emerging leaders, and the students answered our questions with authority and enthusiasm,’ Mr Aston said.

‘It was also an opportunity for us to tell them a little about the work of Rotary, particularly the range of youth programs Rotary offers, as well as the broad vocational experience among Narooma Rotarians.’

The meal was bacon and vegetable quiche or pasta bake, and a gluten free chocolate brownie and ice cream.

Any profit from the dinner will go towards the purchase of equipment for the Hospitality Class.


Above: Narooma High Hospitality staff member Alanna Harris, left. Hospitality students Bessie Musumeci, Jack Watts, Zak Anderson, Narooma High Relieving Principal John Melville, with Rotary President Bob Aston behind. Marion Bell was involved in all the preparation but unable to be there on the night.

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