COMMUNITY SERVICE... Bublacowie Military Museum curator Chris Soar with the latest group from Prince Alfred College to visit the museum to learn about military history and to lend a hand with maintenance at the museum’s grounds, including Harry Henbest, Wee Hon Sim, Christo Psevdos, Peter Moutos, Thomas Searles, Nicholas Nomikos, Harry Shorland, Yan Zhuang, Charlie Hannemann, Henry Nind, Sean Madden, Malik Piyaratna, Sebastian Vinel, Joel Cornfield, Mitch Parker and Max Spiniello. COMMUNITY SERVICE... Bublacowie Military Museum curator Chris Soar with the latest group from Prince Alfred College to visit the museum to learn about military history and to lend a hand with maintenance at the museum’s grounds, including Harry Henbest, Wee Hon Sim, Christo Psevdos, Peter Moutos, Thomas Searles, Nicholas Nomikos, Harry Shorland, Yan Zhuang, Charlie Hannemann, Henry Nind, Sean Madden, Malik Piyaratna, Sebastian Vinel, Joel Cornfield, Mitch Parker and Max Spiniello.

PAC students’ connection with Bublacowie

PRINCE Alfred College established Wambana Campus, Point Turton, a decade ago to accommodate an extended stay program for year 9 students.

As part of each five-week stay, students participate in a community learning project which has involved lending a hand and establishing links with a number of local groups including progress associations, Leisure Options and South­ern Yorke Peninsula Landcare.

The link with Chris Soar from Bublacowie Military Museum has continued since the first group came to Wambana and started the community service component.

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