A reminder for those interested in recycling that paper can be placed at the council yard in Smith Street, Henty and spectacles at Dales Electrical, also for the Lions Club of Henty. Dales Electrical is also accepting postage stamps for Rotary International.
This Thursday, the Henty Lions Club Spelling Competition will be held at the Henty Public School with seven teams of two students competing for the Max Davidson Shield. After a two-year break, the competition is back at the school hall from 7pm and is open to the general public.
St Paul's School had two interactive whiteboards installed in classes K/1 and 2/3/4 classrooms. The boards are finger activated and were purchased by the St Paul's P&F committee.
Henty Lions Club is readying for the Junior Public Speaking Competition and is looking for students to take part. The first stage will be held at Henty Public School Hall on Wednesday, June 19 at 6.30pm.
Winners will compete in the Albury District Competition. Other schools competing are Yerong Creek Public School, St Paul's Lutheran School and Pleasant Hills Public School. There are two levels of competition: Level 1-years 3/4 who will prepare a three-minute speech on a pre-selected topic; Level 2-years 5/6 who will prepare a four-minute speech on a pre-selected topic and an impromptu speech (10 minutes preparation).
Henty Public School has added hoodies to the school uniform. There was an overwhelming response with 98 per cent of respondents agreeing with the decision to add it to the options. The school's Tennis Knockout moved out to Hay last Wednesday with Ryder, Katelyn, Hannah and Ryan competing.