Two students will represent Mandurah Rotary Club in public speaking in November

Adjudicators Bernie Lyons and Jan Crabb, Georgie Payne (Frederick Irwin), District Governor Elect Wayne Milnes, Halls Head College students Taylor deJonge, runner-up Tahlia Kerr and Caillen Paynter, adjudicator Adria Green and Assistant Governor Phil Brown.
Adjudicators Bernie Lyons and Jan Crabb, Georgie Payne (Frederick Irwin), District Governor Elect Wayne Milnes, Halls Head College students Taylor deJonge, runner-up Tahlia Kerr and Caillen Paynter, adjudicator Adria Green and Assistant Governor Phil Brown.

HALLS Head College student Taylor deJonge and Frederick Irwin Anglican College student Georgie Payne and will represent Mandurah Rotary Club at the Rotary Group Speak in November.

Taylor and Georgie were named winner and runner-up in the Rotary Four Way Test speech contest last night.

The four competitors also included Halls Head College students Tahlia Kerr and Caillen Paynter.

The Four Way Test was conceived in 1932 at the height of the Depression by a Chicago Rotarian who later became president of Rotary International.

Its aim is to promote to young people the ideals and ethical values of Rotary, encouraging and fostering excellence in the art of public speaking, developing confidence and self-esteem in the young participants.