PLC has a strong emphasis on service and being active citizens in our community and this year, the International Women’s Day Breakfast will celebrate and recognise the social, economic and environmental achievements of women.
The breakfast will also mark the launch of Make a Difference Week, an annual school event which will include a range of environmental focused activities during the week and will culminate with the PLC ‘Farm to Fork Event,’ on Saturday 14 March.
Members of the PLC community, including fellow Old Collegians, current students, staff and parents are invited to spend the morning enjoying a buffet breakfast on the PLC Quad, while listening to the Q & A session which will be run by members of the Student Leadership group.
Date: Monday 9 March
Time: 7.15 am for a 7.30 am start – 8.45 am
Location: PLC Quad, 14 McNeil Street Peppermint Grove
Price: $20 adults, $15 students (includes buffet breakfast, tea and coffee)
Jennifer is the State Manager for OzHarvest WA, a not-for profit, for-impact organisation that nourishes disadvantaged children, youth and adults with nutritious food, education and engagement through its innovative programmes.
OzHarvest rescues food from commercial food outlets and delivers this good food, at no cost, to charities who feed those in need.
Nicole is a Director of a prominent Western Australian pome fruit production, packing and marketing company – Newton Orchards of Manjimup.
She has been actively involved in this family-owned business since returning to Manjimup in 2008 and is interested in value adding and waste reduction to foster long term sustainable, next generation family opportunities.
Lucinda is the founder, creative director, and editor-in-chief of Stellar Violets Life Library, an arts and cultural centre delivering wondrous experiences to help people and planet flourish.