Students at Berrigan Public School have shown their excitement and appreciation to local donors, whose donation have allowed free entry to the public pool this season.November 8, 2012 4:17am
Joe Cottam and John Lane were invited to the school, where they were presented with gifts of appreciation.
School vice captains Caitlin Spunner and Brad Loats presented both with a certificate of appreciation, designed by Caitlin and Brad, on behalf of the students of Berrigan Public School.
Students from the school have also written letters and made posters that will be delivered to these two wonderful business men, their families and staff, to further acknowledge their wonderful display of generosity.
At the presentation, a Year 3 student told the donors ‘‘we are so lucky you live in our town’’.
Teachers say the staff and students could not believe the generosity of these two couples.
‘‘Free entry into the Berrigan Pool all summer, what an amazing gift to our town.’’
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