Teens thank SES for service

WINTER Woolies Day was an opportunity for Leongatha Secondary College to thank emergency services recently.
The college community dressed in warm winter clothes and gave a gold coin donation to support emergency services.
Throughout the day, the Year 11 Business Management class ran fun stalls and events, including a coin toss stall where participants paid $2 to throw a coin and try and land it on chocolate.
There was also a bake sale and sausage sizzle for lunch.
State Emergency Service volunteers demonstrated how they pull apart a car by tearing off the roof and breaking windows, which attracted a crowd. Some students volunteer at the SES.

Grateful for support: from left, members of Leongatha State Emergency Service at Leongatha Secondary College recently were Val Bremner, Michael Grigglestone (student), Jade Rhoden (student) and Matt Saario.

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