Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Young Leaders in Focus; Their Role at School Celebrated

Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Young Leaders in Focus; Their Role at School Celebrated

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Byline: Ebony Stansfield Ebony.Stansfield@dailyexaminer.com.au

TALENTED cricketer and musician Grace McDonald left a lasting impact on young leaders at a morning tea held on Monday.

She was there to help acknowledge the vital role school leaders play in the Clarence Valley.

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan, who hosted the morning tea, said students played an important role in the life of their school community, and said it was important to recognise and thank them.

"This is about you, to acknowledge you and thank you," he said to the students.

Grace McDonald was chosen as guest speaker for her involvement with the Clarence community.

"Grace has been playing cricket since the age of 10 and has represented our region on a number of occasions, including playing for NSW at the National Country Championships hosted by Cricket Australia," MrHogan said.

"Grace also recently received a NSW Government scholarship for $10,000 and is a now a step closer to pursuing her goal of producing original music. …

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