High School pupils attend leadership awards camps

Three Brechin High School pupils, Imogen Sherrit, Montana Mathieson and Corrie Robb, have just returned from the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) camps at Nethy Bridge.'Brechin Rotary Club sponsored them to take part in this challenging programme, which was adopted by the World Wide Rotary International in 1971, and has been held each year in District 1010 since 1984.'The week long activities for the youngsters involved a mixture of canoeing, archery, hillwalking and map-reading, abseiling, kayaking, rock-climbing and various other activities that invariably involve jumping into cold or dirty water. 'The camp aims to instil a sense of team work.'Corrie Robb (with blue hat) is pictured competing in various activities for his group on the sports day.

Three Brechin High School pupils, Imogen Sherrit, Montana Mathieson and Corrie Robb, have just returned from the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) camps at Nethy Bridge.'Brechin Rotary Club sponsored them to take part in this challenging programme, which was adopted by the World Wide Rotary International in 1971, and has been held each year in District 1010 since 1984.'The week long activities for the youngsters involved a mixture of canoeing, archery, hillwalking and map-reading, abseiling, kayaking, rock-climbing and various other activities that invariably involve jumping into cold or dirty water. 'The camp aims to instil a sense of team work.'Corrie Robb (with blue hat) is pictured competing in various activities for his group on the sports day.

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Three Brechin High School pupils, Imogen Sherrit, Montana Mathieson and Corrie Robb, have just returned from the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) camps at Nethy Bridge.

Brechin Rotary Club sponsored them to take part in this challenging programme, which was adopted by the World Wide Rotary International in 1971, and has been held each year in District 1010 since 1984.

The week long activities for the youngsters involved a mixture of canoeing, archery, hillwalking and map-reading, abseiling, kayaking, rock-climbing and various other activities that invariably involve jumping into cold or dirty water.

The camp aims to instil a sense of team work.

Corrie Robb (with blue hat) is pictured competing in various activities for his group on the sports day.