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Scholarships to attend
Outward Bound course
By TONI PASCO
Two people will have the chance
to attend an eight-day Discovery
Outward Bound course, thanks to
scholarships provided by the
Norman Jones Foundation.
The foundation was established in
1988 to provide retraining oppor-
tunities and skill development for
people within the Southland and
''[The Norman Jones Foundation]
usually offer two scholarships a
year,'' administrator Bernie Syca-
more said. ''Those that meet the
criteria will have a chat with the
trustees and then we decide from
Applications are open for New
Zealand citizens over the age of
27 and residing permanently in
the Southland and Queenstown
areas, including Arrowtown,
Heriot, Tapanui, or Glenorchy.
The applications are due on April
Successful applicants go to Ana-
kiwa, in the Marlborough Sounds
where they get the chance to
participate in water, bush and
other challenging activities.
Interested people should contact
the Norman Jones Foundation by
checking the Outward Bound
website for the application or for
further information go to:
Paying respect: Cadet Teriwa TeKani, 15, Cadet Donald Walter, 16, Sergeant Ryan Warhant, 18, and Sergeant Josh
Frey-Mclean, 17 will guard the cenotaph on Anzac Day.
Anzac Day honour
Chosen few cenotaph guards proud of role
Lest we forget
Anzac Day services
Dee St: 7am.
Palmerston St: 7am
RSA Memorial Grove, Bluff Hill-
228 Marine Parade: 11am
Main St: 7am
By LOUISE BERWICK
They will brave the cold
temperatures on Thursday
morning, staying perfectly still
and when they move it will be
Weeks of practice have gone
into it, and next Thursday they
will have to do everything
perfectly, if not for personal
satisfaction, then out of respect.
The Air Training Corps and
Army Cadets will play a major
part in the Anzac Day celebra-
tions in Invercargill next Thurs-
day, guarding the cenotaph as
the public pay their respects
during the ceremonies.
They take it very seriously, even
if World War I is something they
can only read about.
For four young Air Training
Corps, who were hand-picked by
their squadron leaders for the
role as cenotaph guards, it is a
They will stand, hands wrapped
tight around their guns, heads
bowed and their minds wander-
ing to what it would have been
like if they were young soldiers
in the war.
''It's a pretty prestigious thing
that we have to do,'' Sergeant
Josh Frey-McLean said.
The cadets have been preparing
for their part in Anzac Day
commemorations for the past
three weeks, practising drills,
marching and formations. Their
weekly training at their
Invercargill base all leads up to
the day, giving the young
Defence Force hopefuls the
chance to pay their respects to
Sergeant Ryan Warhant, 18, said
the day was a chance for the
country to pay their respects to
those who had given up so much
for New Zealand.
''For me, it is nice just to know
that if we were to pay the
ultimate sacrifice, it would not
be in vain.''
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