Riverside PS students win Mandurah Milestones and Memories history awards

Dr Sheila Twine, Year 3 students Megan Exelby and Sara Hill, David Smeeton and Chloe Coles.
Dr Sheila Twine, Year 3 students Megan Exelby and Sara Hill, David Smeeton and Chloe Coles.

YEAR 3 Riverside Primary School students have been presented with awards by Mandurah U3A in recognition of their creation and placing of historic models of Mandurah at the performance of Mandurah Milestones and Memories at the Fish Trap Theatre last month.

The framed certificates were presented by members Sheila Twine and David Smeeton.

A framed certificate was also presented to year 6 indigenous student Chloe Coles for her Acknowledgement to Country speech that urged conservation of the estuary and its wildlife.

As both performances were sold out, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre has asked U3A to present a repeat performance for the community and holiday makers on Wednesday, January 27 from 2-4pm.

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