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Applications are now open for young people, aged 18 – 25 years, to participate in the 2012 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA).

RYLA is a week-long program designed for young people looking to build leadership skills, discover their potential and meet new friends in a positive and supportive environment.

Applications are open until February 3, but the committee is urging potential applicants to get in quickly as places are limited.

Those interested can contact Nic Hinwood 6766 5110 or visit www.ryla9650.org.au.


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