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Terri Butler has today hosted a breakfast for Griffith’s school leaders.
“One of my favourite parts of being a Member of Parliament is visiting schools and seeing the fantastic work that they and their students are doing,” Terri Butler said.
“So it was a pleasure to be able to host, and speak with, the leaders of Griffith’s secondary schools.
“I was very happy that thirteen local schools were represented at this morning’s event.
“I know that the young people I met with today will do an excellent job in their leadership positions, and I wish each of them the best of luck in finishing their final year of school, and in their future endeavours.
“The school leaders heard from Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Director of Social Marketing at Griffith University, and Breeanna Brock, Women’s Football CEO with the Brisbane Lions AFC.
“I thank Sharyn and Breeanna for giving up their time to speak to us, and I also thank the Queensland Cricketers Club for their hospitality,” Ms Butler said.
THURSDAY, 19 APRIL 2018