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Tenison Woods College, along with Mount Gambier City Council, are hosting the National Reconciliation Walk around the Blue Lake.
The City of Ballarat will host the 'Journey to Recognition' walkers on days 5 and 6 of the huge walk across Australia. We welcome members of the community to participate in the various events planned over these 2 days - May 30th and 31st.
Reconciliation Week Prayer and Morning Tea for Elders, Diocesan staff and students, community members.
School group workshops: Two sessions a day Monday 27 to Friday 31 May. Maximum 58 students per session. Funding available for travel costs. Bookings essential Contact the Gallery Education Officers on 03 5320 5782 for more information or to discuss programs. **The exhibition will be on display to the public until June 7 2013**
Please join us for the raising of the Aboriginal Flag and the Torres Strait Islander Flag in recognition of Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week.
Whole School assembly to mark Sorry Day on the 26 May and Reconciliation Week 27 May till 3 June. Student leaders will conduct the assembly. Aboriginal history will be a focus. Aboriginal staff and students will be recognised and acknowledged.
Public lecture by Greg McIntyre, one of the lawyers for the high profile Mabo case.
Join us as we take the first steps on Australia's 'Journey to Recognition'.
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