Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was recently in Adelaide. I was honored to attend a morning tea with local community groups, many from Dunstan. It was great seeing the Prime Minister engaging with those in our community and listening to what they had to say.
Earlier in the month, Beulah Road came alive as the Norwood Greek Cultural Festival rolled in. I'd like to congratulate Rev. Stavros Psaromatis, the Community Council and the Festival Organising Committee for putting on another successful event. It gives our community the chance to get together and celebrate the Greek culture - from the delicious cuisine, to the vibrant music and dancing.
Another great community event that took place this month was the Norwood Cycling Clubs 15th Annual Bikes in the Park. I was honored to present medals to the State Junior Criterium Champions. Congratulations on the following people who all received medals - Junior Under 13 - Tess White, Jacob Bos, Jacob Currie, Under 15 Male - Noah Davies, Elliott Walker, Angus Miller, Under 15 Female - Amy Wight, Mia Brown, Under 17 Male - Lewis Walker, Cooper Tye, Harry Askew, Under 17 Female - Sophie Edwards, Brooklyn Vonderwall, Olivia Wheeler. I am a patron of the Club and find it fantastic to see people of all ages get into cycling.
Every year I visit the schools in my electorate and touch base with the principals, students and staff. It's a good opportunity to learn more about what each school has planned for the year ahead. On the flip side, I'll be inviting some school leaders to Parliament House so that they can learn more about South Australia's Parliament and the way we are governed.
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