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Parent’s past experience provides children with bright future

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Maylene Saltner and Clayton Weazel ensure their children get up each morning, have breakfast and head to Cherbourg State School.

Their sons Clayton, 8, and Jacody, 7, arrive with a spring in their step and ready to learn.

In doing so, they have won their mum and dad the school's Parent of the Month award for July.

Maylene and Clayton now want...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 11:17

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Kids celebrate with dance, paint and boomerang throwing

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Kids celebrate with dance, paint and boomerang throwing

Dancing, painting and boomerang throwing were all part of the fun and games to celebrate National Aboriginal and Islander Children's Day recently.

Mindaribba Local Aboriginal Land Council organised the fun day which attracted 200 school children and community members from...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 23 August 2012 11:11

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