1014 bears sponsored to 668 primary schools by 563 sponsors... Thank You Lines Past & Present Military Family For Donating Thomas Hendy - Flying Corps Bear to Rainworth State School - BARDON daryl Smith - Our most recent donor - Thank you Thank You Mark, Kim and Georgia Merrell For Donating Bernadette O'Meara - Nurse Bear to Genesis Christian College - BRENDALE Thank You Paul & Angela Mitchell, Murwillumbah Tyre Service For Donating Bernadette O'Meara - Nurse Bear to Bhaktivedanta Swami Gurukula School - MURWILLUMBAH Thank You Military Shop Canberra For Donating Andy Miller - Navy Bear to Canberra Grammar School - RED HILL Thank You Chief of the Defence Force For Donating Bernadette O'Meara - Nurse Bear to Point Lonsdale Primary School - POINT LONSDALE Thank You Jack and Sam Marland For Donating Bert Jones - Light Horse Bear to St Luke's Anglican School - KALKIE Thank You Mentone Girls' Grammar School For Donating Bernadette O'Meara - Nurse Bear to Mentone Girls' Grammar School - MENTONE Thank You ASC Pty Ltd For Donating Andy Miller - Navy Bear to North Haven School - NORTH HAVEN Thank You John Masters For Donating Earnest Harvey - Gallipoli Bear to Gold Creek School - NICHOLLS Thank You Lachlan McPherson and family For Donating Armistice Centenary Bear to Bethany Christian School - SALISBURY DOWNS
Good Shepherd School

One of the world’s leading training and simulation service providers, Cubic Defence, has joined the Bears to School program as a corporate supporter. The Australian division of Cubic Defence has donated seven bears to different schools attended by children or grandchildren of Cubic employees, including two Townsville primary schools.

The Lieutenant Albert Murray bear was donated to the Good Shepherd School in Rasmussen by Cubic’s Shane Campbell and Zac Carabot. The school’s principal, Glenda Scrase, and Defence Transition Aide, Loretta Nawrocki, were on hand to accept the bear. Meanwhile, at the Willows State School, Mikayla Lythgo presented Sister Bernadette O’Meara to the school’s DSTA, Correna Wheeler.

The bears were involved in the commemoration of Armistice and will help educate young students about Australian history and service.

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