Energy presentation for Lions Club
Seymour College primary and secondary students who are participating in the RACV Energy Breakthrough at Maryborough in November visited Lions Club of Seymour Goulburn on Tuesday.
Both groups gave a presentation and showed some of their human powered vehicles.
Lions president Bronwyn Allen presented both teams with a donation towards their event.
To participate in the event, the children have to assist with the design and construction or modification of a Human Powered Vehicle (pedal powered).
Each team is required to make a presentation to a panel of judges and answer questions on elements of design and construction.
They have had donations and sponsorship from many local businesses and appreciate all their support.
Lions support Seymour CFA
Recently Lions Club of Seymour Goulburn manned the barbecue to help Seymour CFA celebrate their 125th year of voluntary service to the community at special anniversary celebrations.
This was followed by a Torch Light Procession to Kings Park, followed by the Seymour Show’s fireworks.
— Liz Johnson
Visit: Seymour College’s primary team with Lions Club of Seymour Goulburn members.
Demonstration: The secondary team show off their design to Lions members.