Court­ney’s care recog­nised

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A YOUNG Seville Grove woman has been nom­i­nated in the 2017 WA Youth Awards.

Court­ney Marie Fare is a youth worker with one of Perth’s well-known CARE (Cur­ricu­lum and Re-En­gage­ment) schools, St Fran­cis’ School, and is a fi­nal­ist in this year’s Youth Awards.

This year alone, Ms Fare has led and sup­ported suc­cess­ful so­cial and emo­tional well­be­ing pro­grams with pos­i­tive out­comes across CARE schools.

She has been nom­i­nated for the Min­is­ter for Youth’s Most Out­stand­ing Youth Worker Award.

The WA Youth Awards show­case the achieve­ments and con­tri­bu­tions of young West Aus­tralians aged 12 to 25, as well as the or­gan­i­sa­tions and peo­ple who work with and sup­port them.

“The cal­i­bre of fi­nal­ists in this year’s WA Youth Awards is truly out­stand­ing,” Youth Min­is­ter Peter Tin­ley said.

“Th­ese young peo­ple are rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the di­ver­sity of WA’s young peo­ple and the ways in which they con­trib­ute to build­ing vi­brant com­mu­ni­ties.”

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