Glen Innes public school gets tea and cakes as a thank you

There was a special presentation morning tea on Wednesday to thank local students from the public school for all their effort in raising close to $400 for the Red Cross.  The young people sold “friendship bands” for a dollar a piece, with the funds going to the senior branch of the Red Cross in Glen Innes.

The Junior Red Cross in the school meets once a fortnight and holds debates and information sessions about the work of the international body around the world.

As a thank you for their work, the senior branch and the junior branch sat down and talked  – and enjoyed tea and cakes as a reward for their good work.

The photo includes Junior Red Cross students, Kristin Lynn (Glen Innes Public School liaison), Annette Law (Glen Innes Red Cross president), Jo Cameron (Glen Innes Red Cross) and Mrs Mary Hollingworth (Glen Innes Red Cross Junior Red Cross liaison officer).

The photo includes Junior Red Cross students, Kristin Lynn (Glen Innes Public School liaison), Annette Law (Glen Innes Red Cross president), Jo Cameron (Glen Innes Red Cross) and Mrs Mary Hollingworth (Glen Innes Red Cross Junior Red Cross liaison officer).