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A bright yellow bench is bringing friendship to the fore at Mossgiel Park Primary School.
The Endeavour Hills school unveiled a Buddy Bench in the senior playground on Monday 7 August.
Grade 5 and 6 students initiated the project as a way to support students who were looking for a buddy for the day, and the Dandenong Lions Club donated it.
“The partnership between the Lions Club and Mossgiel Park has been a wonderful bonus for the school community over the past three years,” principal Jennifer Scott said.
“The members of the club have been very generous in their support for individual students and for special projects such as the colourful Buddy Bench.
“The hard-work and generosity of this community-based club is indeed a valuable investment in the young leaders of today and the future leaders of our community.”

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