What I loved from being in Inverell is spending time with my friends and making new friends as well
at the end of the week we did a small performance about our dreams and what we want to do in the future. Also what I found challenging is speaking with a loud voice and being more confident.
On the 10th of October we did a small performance in front of Churchill members and other people. One of our Ruckus members, Gerard O’Dwyer is a professional actor, he was the winner of Tropfest “Be My Brother”. He had to tell his experiences working at MacDonald’s and we had to turn our backs around and when Gerard had to say this is on, testing, 1,2,3. Every time when he said that one of us turns around and says the same thing what Gerard is saying.
We all had a great time and also we launched out campaign so we could get funding to go to Cambodia, please like us on Facebook. What I felt about being in that small performance was amazing and at the end was very tired and I know we were all tired too at the end.
Well, the Churchill dinner awards was amazing and enjoyed the time with friends and making new ones too. We were there to support Alison Richardson on her award and we congratulated her for being a hard working Director for Ruckus.