Canobolas High's Clontarf having a positive impact says Orange program director Traye Hodge

Kate Bowyer
By Kate Bowyer
Updated October 24 2021 - 10:47pm, first published October 21 2021 - 7:00am
Orange Ex-Services Acting CEO Graham Gentles with the Clontaf Foundation's James Grant, Traye Hodge and Max Wilson. Photo JUDE KEOGH

THE graduation of six boys from The Canobolas Rural Technology High School who were members of its Clontarf Foundation means the program is ticking boxes on the Orange school's campus.

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Kate Bowyer

Kate Bowyer

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Kate Bowyer is a senior reporter at the Central Western Daily.

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