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Musical teens on tour

A GROUP of music students and staff from Leongatha Secondary College spent the week in Melbourne performing music and enjoying the company of friends recently.

They performed at various primary schools and visited the Croydon Community Band for more music making.

The tour also visited William Ricketts Sanctuary and Mount Dandenong.


Playing fine: from left, Holly Dennehy of Leongatha Primary School joins Leongatha Secondary College’s Niamh Martin, Katie McKinnon, Shari Worthy and school flute teacher Justin Abicare during the college’s music tour to Melbourne.

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