Dedication Pays off for Students; St Mary's College Awards Night Recognises Achievements

Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia), November 4, 2010 | Go to article overview

Dedication Pays off for Students; St Mary's College Awards Night Recognises Achievements


AND THE WINNERS ARE...

Holly Sexton: Dux of the College; ESA International Alpha Zeta Branch Award for Education and Service; Ryall Shield for Cultural Achievement; War Widow's Guild Bursary; Zonta Fellowship Award

Alanie Joseph: Dux of the College

Patrick Banney: ALP Arthur French Memorial Bursary for Citizenship

Megan Landgraf: Apex Bursary for Leadership, Reliability, Citizenship and Co-operation; Caltex All Rounder; Hickey Medal for Public Speaking (Year 12)

Padraic O'Connell: Brother Hopgood Award for School Community

Abbey Black: Brother Phillip Lawler Memorial Shield for Outstanding Sporting Achievement

Ewan Rockemer: Brendan Hansen Memorial Trophy; Gympie District Beef Liaison Group High School Student Industry Incentive Award

Anna Massingham: CWL Award for Contribution to Parish

Anthony Slack: Dick Elmer Initiative and Enterprise Award

Jade Cassidy: Fraser Coast TESS Award for Excellence in a School Based Traineeship/Apprenticeship

Kyle Chay: Fraser Coast TESS Award for Excellence in Industry Placement

Julia Massingham: Hickey Medal for Public Speaking (Year 10)

Marie Kettle: Kath Leck Trophy for Spirit of St Mary's

Aden Muller: Maryborough Sunrise Rotary Vocational Encouragement Bursary

Romana Thefs: McGuren Shield for Application and Study

Allirra Nunan: Pierre de Coubertin Award

Riley O'Hanlon: USQ Community Award; ADF Long Tan Award (Year 10)

Kiara Crook: ADF Long Tan Award (Year 11)

Laura Clifton: ADF Long Tan Award (Year 12)

Chelsea Harvey: Wide Bay Institute of TAFE Vocational Excellence Award

DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD WINNERS

Kevin Axelsen

Tamieka Blomdale

Rheanna Bretag

Georgia Cunningham

Mikaela Dakin

Danielle Goldsmith

Brooke Hagan

Jack Hawkins

Cody Hodges

Georgina Kay

Emma Kingdom

Nicholas Knauseder

Emer Landgraf

Erin Lewis

Denika Lye

Brendan Main

Makayla Major

Julia Cunningham

Brigitte Murtagh

Savannah Petersen

Danika Stevenson

Brodie Stewart

Hayley Symington

Mitchell Tompkins

Jennifer Yee

HUNDREDS of proud students and their parents packed the Brolga Theatre for the recent St Mary's College annual awards night. …

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