THE meeting of the Lockhart Rotary Club on September 6 was graced with a very special guest; Sina Ngin, a resident of Cambodia.
Sina was born in a Pol Pot prison camp and lived through military conflicts for 22 years.
Sina, who is self taught in English, is currently a primary school teacher.
For two years she was principal of an NGO school with 500 students.
Sina started the Pursat Pizza House and caters mostly to tourists.
Sina was a founding member of Building Bridges for Children and is a current member of the Pursat Rotary Club.
Sina has recently started the Khmer Small Group Tours.
Tina met Bob and Doreen Kendell while they were traveling in Cambodia.
The meeting was attended by 30 members and guests and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
On October 27 the club will be hosting a barbecue at the Lockhart Museum for a group of bike riders, cycling from Melbourne to Grenfell, raising awareness of breast cancer in men.