New cap­tains in­tro­duced af­ter speech

South Burnett Times - - NEWS -

ST MARY’S Catholic Col­lege’s new school cap­tains have been in­tro­duced af­ter they gave a speech at the Kin­garoy Re­mem­brance Day ser­vice.

Brid­get McDon­ald is cur­rently in Year 11.

She is in­ter­ested in net­ball and tap danc­ing and has plans to be­come a high school teacher.

Har­ri­son Lu­cas has an in­ter­est in rugby league, golf and hockey and also wants to study to be­come a high school teacher af­ter school.

Mr Lu­cas said he was hon­oured to speak at the ser­vice.

“How much does our past de­fine us and for how long? Our past does iden­tify us, the good, the bad and the ugly,” he said.

“We are here united by our past in hon­our and with grat­i­tude for all those who have served our coun­try in many ways.

“We are cit­i­zens of the South Bur­nett, free from the rav­ages of war.”

Brid­get said gen­er­a­tions needed to work to­gether.

“As youth we ask that you don’t leave us the fu­ture but lead us into the fu­ture,” she said.


YOUNG LEAD­ERS: Brid­get McDon­ald and Har­ri­son Lu­cas, the 2018 St Mary’s school cap­tains, spoke at Kin­garoy’s Re­mem­brance Day ser­vice.

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