More School Visits

- posted by Rosey Pounsett

On Thursday 14th September at 12 noon, 10 students from Tantanoola Primary School arrived with their teacher to plant some grasses at the lake. The grasses were native Lomandra, Lime Tuff and Blue Ridge, mostly donated by the school. Another 24 children, from Millicent North Kindergarten, arrived with 2 teachers and a parent for lunch. After lunch, groups were formed from both schools with the older students acting as wonderful guides and carers for the younger children. The children had a good look around the area, with the look-outs, Down's Island, and the boardwalk and bridge proving to be very popular attractions. The nesting swans was another popular  attraction. The weather remained kind once again and a great time was had by all.

 

 

 

(Article and photos supplied by Dee Tiddy)

 

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