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Morning tea invitation

Tuesday, 26th May, 2015

BHHS is looking forward to hosting the community for a reconciliation morning tea on Wednesday. Vicki Adams (Aboriginal education officer), Marlene Hunter (year 9 ATSI captain), Jakeem O’Donnell (year 8 ATSI captain), Kaitlyn Douglas (year 10 ATSI captain) and Erin Connors (SRC coordinator). BHHS is looking forward to hosting the community for a reconciliation morning tea on Wednesday. Vicki Adams (Aboriginal education officer), Marlene Hunter (year 9 ATSI captain), Jakeem O’Donnell (year 8 ATSI captain), Kaitlyn Douglas (year 10 ATSI captain) and Erin Connors (SRC coordinator).

Broken Hill High’s indigenous leaders have invited the community to celebrate the beginning of Reconciliation Week with them on Wednesday.

The school’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) captains will be holding a morning tea from 11am featuring johnny cakes, speeches, a special hand-print banner and musical performances.

The event has been spearheaded by year 10 ATSI captain Kaitlyn Douglas, who said the event would be fun for all members of the community.

BHHS Student Representative Council coordinator Erin Connors said Kaitlyn’s efforts to prepare the event had been outstanding.

“She’s just taken it and ran with it with flying colours and got everything together for it,” said Ms Connors.

Those wishing to take part in the reconciliation morning tea are invited to meet at the school’s front office at 11am.

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