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Genuine Talent at Rotary Youth Speaks Competition

Although all participants have demonstrated exceptional talent, two groups were named as the winners of Rotary Youth Speaks for the South East:

Cranbrook School: Juno Platt-Higgins,  Harry Lantham-Coyle, Will Turner:          “Wrestling”.  Main speaker: Harry Lantham-Coyle

Dover Grammar School for Boys: Peter Dunford-King,  Arthur Davis,   James Coe : The Importance of Learning French”. Main speaker: Arthur Davis

Youth Speaks – programme

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WINNERS, Intermediate group: Cranbrook School: Juno Platt-Higgins, Harry Lantham-Coyle, Will Turner: “Wrestling”. Main speaker: Harry Lantham-Coyle

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Winners, Senior Group, Dover Grammar School for Boys: Peter Dunford-King, Arthur Davis, James Coe : “The Importance of Learning French”. Main speaker: Arthur Davis

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JUDGES: His Worshipful, the Mayor of Maidstone; Councillor Rod Nelson-Gracie
Rotarian Valerie Hildred, Mrs Gigi Ludscombe, Chief Executive of Future Schools Trust

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One response to “Genuine Talent at Rotary Youth Speaks Competition

  1. Hi Randa, what an excellent posting, I think you should send it to Carol and Steve Elms.

    When I got home I said to Mary, do you know what Randa is doing now? She is downloading her photos and will have a blog up tonight!

    Well done. Fr.

    Like the pic. Of us too.JJ

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