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Shire of Manjimup to host Reconciliation Week breakfast

Melissa PedeltyManjimup-Bridgetown Times
A Manjimup Primary School student works on a poster during National Reconciliation Week in 2020.
Camera IconA Manjimup Primary School student works on a poster during National Reconciliation Week in 2020. Credit: Supplied/Manjimup Primary School

The Shire of Manjimup will host a community breakfast next Thursday in honour of National Reconciliation Week.

The event is an opportunity to learn about shared histories, cultures and achievements, and will include a live broadcasting from WA Museum Boola Bardip from 8am.

A special performance of From Little Things Big Things Grow by Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody by a local choir will also feature at the event.

Shire of Manjimup President Paul Omodei said Reconciliation Week was an important time to acknowledge the shared history of Australia, to celebrate the oldest continuing culture in the world, and to show respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, so that we can move forward together.

This year’s NRW theme is Be a Voice for Generations, encouraging all Australians to be a voice for reconciliation in tangible ways in their everyday lives, including at home, work and within community spaces.

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The breakfast will be held on May 25 from 7:30am to 10am.

Online registrations are required on Eventbrite with RSVPs due on May 22 at 4pm.

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