Yarrawonga Chronicle

COMMUNITY DESK

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from Yarrawonga College P - 12 addressed Lions members providing informatio­n on the College Breakfast Program.

On average 140 – 180, Year 5 – 12 students attend a weekly breakfast, with the highest number being 200 at a single breakfast.

Now, due to COVID restricts, teachers do the preparatio­n of egg and bacon rolls, cereal, toast, pancakes, fruit, juice, and milo.

Yarrawonga Lions has been a longstandi­ng supporter of the college across all three campuses and finalizing last year’s disburseme­nts, Past President Denis Griffiths presented a cheque to Jason in the sum of $500 to assist with the purchase of goods for the breakfasts.

Hopefully when restrictio­ns ease members will be able to assist with the preparatio­n of these weekly breakfasts.

Yarrawonga Lions Club strive to help where needed in our community.

 ??  ?? Lions Past President Denis Griffiths with Yarrawonga College P – 12s Jason Bassett and students Lucy Bassett and Emma Thompson.
Lions Past President Denis Griffiths with Yarrawonga College P – 12s Jason Bassett and students Lucy Bassett and Emma Thompson.
 ??  ?? Yarrawonga Lions President Joan Tufvesson with Homeless Support Worker Robyn O’Connor.
Yarrawonga Lions President Joan Tufvesson with Homeless Support Worker Robyn O’Connor.
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