Cootamundra school student part of RSL Rural Commemorative Youth Choir

MELLIFLUOUS: Darcie Schultz and her cousin Aliza Schultz sang with the Australian Army Band in Sydney in April. Picture: Contributed

MELLIFLUOUS: Darcie Schultz and her cousin Aliza Schultz sang with the Australian Army Band in Sydney in April. Picture: Contributed

EA Southee School student Aliza Schultz joined her cousin, Darcie Schultz, from Milton Public School, in participating in the RSL Rural Commemorative Youth Choir at St Andrew’s Cathedral in Sydney on Friday, April 21.

The 66th annual Dedication Service was honoured by the attendance of His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret’d) Governor of NSW and Mrs Hurley, Mrs Rhondda Vanzella OAM State President War Widows Guild of Aust NSW Ltd, OJ Rushton Creative Director, Clergy, Veteran families and many representatives of the Army, Navy and Airforce.

The RSL Youth Choir brings music and history together to educate, inspire and develop leaders for the future. It is a brilliant concept as it offers rural children an opportunity to learn songs online, to be a part of the choir family and to partake in leadership and music camps. The children who develop positive personal growth will be encouraged and supported to represent the choir at high-profile events.

Children who are interested in the choir should contact OJ Rushton on 0412 504 153 ojrushton@me.com.

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