Youth

Keilor Rotary Club support for Hand Brake Turn recommences

Hand Brake Turn a project of Concern Australia has reopened in Scotland St. Sunshine. On Thursday 30th August the initial three students graduated from the 7 weeks course. The Rotary Club of Keilor is again supporting Hand Brake Turn by donating equipment to be used by students as part of their training.

Three members of the club were present at the first graduation from the Braybrook training facility

Well done to the students who graduated. The students were presented with a voucher to purchae tools to help them in thier employment by the WPC group who will also help the students find employment.

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Helping Young People in Our Community

Recently the Rotary Club of Keilor in conjunction with the Rotary International Foundation provided ten Laptop Computers to assist with the training of young disadvantaged and disengaged youth from the Western Suburbs of Melbourne at Hand Brake Turn. www.handbraketurn.org.au

 

Hand Brake Turn is an organisation dedicated to turning the lives of young people around and to give them employment skills. The computers will be used by students as they complete online training modules whilst learning general computer and keyboard skills

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Good Citizens Awards for 2014

The Rotary Club of Keilor has again presented Good Citizens Awards and cheques to students as chosen by the school leaders at seven Primary Schools in the Keilor area.

Both girls in the picture, from Sacred Heart Primary School were thrilled to receive the awards, whilst the parents of both students were in tears of joy               

                                                 

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