Campus shows support for farmers
Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina campus has pledged its support for the national Adopt-a-Farmer campaign.
"Our Interact Club and Student Representative Council joined forces to help the national campaign which got underway on May 8," said acting campus principal Mr Adam Montgomery.
The campaign is being driven by schools across the country with individual schools holding their own special events.
"Nationally, the campaign is trying to reach a target of $800,000 to help our struggling farmers," Mr Montgomery said.
Social media, 1 May 2019
Adam Montgomery, BWSC Umina Campus
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