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2006 Scholarship Awardees
Stacks Law Firm, ForsterWinner - Aimee Ward who attended Taree High School.
Aimee - was accepted to study a combined law degree at Newcastle University. She deferred for 2006 and has advised that she will commence studying her degree in January 2007.
Stacks Law Firm, TareeWinner - Kerryn Christie - (Chatham High School).
Kerryn is currently studying Law at Newcastle Uni and doing well in course.
Stacks/Law GroupWinner - Ben Coby.
Ben is presently undertaking an Associate Degree Course in law at SCU.
Stacks Law Firm, Gold CoastWinner - Alicia Day.
Alicia is currently studying at Griffith University on the Gold Coast and has successfully completed her first semester and into her second. She also does work experience with us in her breaks.
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20/03/2015 |ROTARIANS IN TRAINING Forty Rotary District 9650 leaders and their partners congregated in Taree last weekend for training with incoming District Governor Maurie Stack from Taree and his trainer Brian Beesley from Gloucester...
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