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Current Edition 21 June 2016

Kids shed just "Beachy"

There are many people in this world who care deeply about the welfare and education of children, and local teacher, Les Beacham is no exception. Having begun his teaching career in the mid 1960s, he has been working with children for over 50 years. It’s impossible to calculate how many students have benefited from the care and guidance of Mr Beacham, or ‘Beachy’ as he is affectionately known, but it would number in the thousands.

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Exploring the arts

Art is not just drawing or painting, and during Arts Week students at Bacchus Marsh Primary School experienced the many different aspects of art. It was an action packed week as the school held their annual ‘Week of the Arts’.

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On the Olympic path 

Hannah McLean has ridden to success in one of the nation’s most prestigious equine events. The young Moorabool local competed for the first time in the Melbourne International 3 Day Event, which was held over the Queen’s birthday long weekend.

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