ON A QUEST: Quota members (from left) Lucy Green, secretary Gayle O’Mara, Joy Sullivan, Glennis Mitchell and Maxine Cahill urge Gympie’s Year 12 students to enter their revived Student of the Year Quest.
ON A QUEST: Quota members (from left) Lucy Green, secretary Gayle O’Mara, Joy Sullivan, Glennis Mitchell and Maxine Cahill urge Gympie’s Year 12 students to enter their revived Student of the Year Quest. Greg Miller

Student of the Year Quest is back in Gympie

QUOTA International of Gympie is reviving its popular Student of the Year Quest, with some big differences.

Previously, the Quest was a club project held in conjunction with other Quota clubs of a large district, and finalists from each club in that district competed against each other.

Things have changed and now the members of the Gympie club have decided to hold a student quest where Gympie Year 12 students compete only against each other - and only in Gympie.

The main focus of the competition will be on public speaking.

Judges will still be looking for Year 12 students who shine in presentation, leadership and citizenship, general knowledge and current affairs, but it's the public speaking skills that will ultimately determine the prize.

The successful student will be presented on judging night with a cheque for $1000.

Gympie Quota Club's Student Quest will be held on July 29.

The closing date for entries is July 15.

Teachers have the information needed so talk to them about how to enter the Gympie Quota Club's Student Quest 2015 for a brighter future.

Further inquiries should be directed to

quotagympie@gmail.com or Gayle on 0468 612 287.

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