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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 1st 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 2, 2009 13 NEWS Students have right chemistry Bethlehem College student Seraphina Kwak in the Royal Australian Chemical Institute competition. STUDENTS at Ashfield's Bethlehem College cer- tainly have heads for sci- ence. On June 20, chemistry students from years 11-12 won a competition for NSW schools run by the Royal Australian Chemical Insti- tute. They are expected to com- pete at the national compe- tition later in the year. Four members of the year 10 selective stream science class were also celebrating after coming third in the University of Western Sydney's Brain Bee Chal- lenge. ''A love of learning, which is instilled in our students, was evident through the hard work completed for both compe- titions,'' principal Anna Dickinson said. Challenge in sight FORMER Wallaby captain turned ophthal- mologist Mark Loane describes sight as the most precious of the senses and is delighted the Australian Rugby Union is getting behind the Eye Foundation's julEYE cam- paign. Wallaby Tatafu Polota-Nau (pictured) and other players were given an eye check by Colin Chan last week ahead of the Test against France. Dr Loane said: ''It's terrific that players can see the importance of maintaining the most precious of their senses: their sight.'' The campaign is to raise money for eye health research and asks everyone to use their wit and imagination to issue a what would you like to see challenge and make the month a time when individ- uals and teams will be getting away with almost any- thing in the name of charity. You can create a challenge page on www.whatwouldyoupaytosee.com.au, set your fundraising target, ask friends and family to donate to your challenge and when you have reached your target, per- form your challenge, posting video or photographic evidence on your web page.
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