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Family’s second award winner
 
PALM Beach Rotary Club president Kerrilee Dawson presented Comet Bay College Tara Cresswell with a "volunteer of the year award" -- part of the school's Defence Transition Mentor Program — at the end of the 2021 school year.
The presentation took place at the school's annual defence family supper and occurred just a year after then-president Donna McDonald presented the same award to Tara's older sister Bridget.
Claire Hunt, the school’s defence mentoring program coordinator,  said all three Creswell girls had done outstanding volunteer work.
 
FROM LEFT: Rotarian Laurie Smith, gun builder Adrian Watts, artillery expert Phil Rowson, Palm Beach Rotary president Kerilee Dawson, replica originator Ken Gray, and Port Peron Rehabilitation Committee chairman Phil Edman.
ABOUT 50 people assembled around a huge replica gun for its official handover to the Point Peron Restoration Committee on Sunday.
The Rotary Club of Palm Beach officially handed over the make-believe 155mm 1917/18 GPF gun to Point Peron committee chairman Phil Edman.
The club organised the building of the replica after failed national and international attempts to buy a real long-range field gun like that which protected local shipping in World War II.
The 1.8-tonne replica was the brainchild of Rotarian Ken Gray after Mr. Edman suggested replacing one of the two long-gone Point Peron K Battery guns that had once guarded local waters.
 
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