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Moruya High's Stephanie Lunn is Quota regional Student of Year

The Batemans Bay Quota Club are celebrating the win last weekend of the Regional Final of the Student of the Year Quest by their representative Stephanie Lunn of Moruya High School.

Stephanie Lunn winner of the Regional Quota International Student of the Year.

Batemans Bay Quota club’s representative Stephanie Lunn of Moruya High School has just won the Regional Final for the Student of the Year Quest. Seven representatives of the Quota Club travelled to Goulburn on Saturday to support Stephanie in the Quest. Her Mother and grandparents also were there to see her overcome the stiff competition from students from Edmund Rice College in Wollongong, Picton High School, St Gregory’s College Campbelltown, Good Samaritan Catholic College in Liverpool, Mt Carmel Catholic College in Ingleburn and Sapphire Coast Anglican College in Bega. Stephanie was last to be interviewed by the three Judges and to present her public speaking section. To us in the audience her speech was by far the best presentation. The Judges were unanimous in their decision to award the contest to Stephanie. Stephanie was presented her award by Quotarian June Young OAM who is the chairperson of the Regional Student of the Year Quest.Stephanie has now brought the second win in just a couple of years to the Batemans Bay Quota Club and to the Eurobodalla Shire following Elise Toyer who won the Quest in 2016. Carolyn Anderson of Quota Batemans Bay said of the win, "What a great achievement and a great pat on the back to the educators in this area who are producing these wonderful students."

Above: Finalists in the Student of the Year contest pictured with RD Rosemary Stewart and Service to Youth Coordinator June Young OAM. Batemans Bay's entrant Stephanie Lunn (bottom row, second from right) of Moruya High won the contest. Photo Quota International of Narooma

Above: Winner of 2018 Student of the Year Stephanie Lunn from Moruya High School representing QI Batemans Bay is being presented her trophy by Mya Dellow from St Marys Star of the Sea Wollongong 2017 Winner,representing QI Leisure Coast. Photo QI Leisure Coast Quota International of Narooma entrant Findlay Walker also did the south coast proud, with a great speech and amazing ad lib. Below: Narooma Quota Club representative Findlay Walker receiving her certificate from Youth Services Coordinator June Young

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