Melville Times - - News -

TEN years ago, school mates Keilan Mar­shall and Bren­dan Legg si­mul­ta­ne­ously se­cured ca­sual jobs wash­ing dishes and serv­ing food at SwanCare in Bent­ley. Both 16, the boys quickly grew fond of the job, in­ter­act­ing with aged care res­i­dents while earn­ing some pocket money. The pair en­joyed their jobs so much, they kept their roles de­spite both se­cur­ing full­time work in re­cent years. Sadly, with the de­mands of their ca­reers in­creas­ing, the pair have de­cided it’s now time to con­cen­trate solely on their pro­fes­sional roles. Mr Mar­shall said his SwanCare job had pro­vided much more than an ex­tra pay check. “I re­ally en­joy the in­ter­ac­tions with the res­i­dents and giv­ing back,” he said. Mr Legg said his SwanCare role had been im­por­tant in his ca­reer de­vel­op­ment.

Keilan Mar­shall and Bren­dan Legg.

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