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The typed letter shown on this page was the Christmas wish of five year Victoria from Melbourne. Victoria and her classmates worked with Q - Bear last year in their first year of school, as he helped them settle in to school life and learn about helping, caring, sharing and good manners.
please have my own Q bear for christmas?
Q-Bear and Lions-Quest Skills for Growing also helped older children learn about respect, responsibility, good judgement and getting along with others. Teachers at the Primary School have been enthusiastically teaching the Lions-Quest Skills for Growing programme since the school staff was trained in a three day Lions-Quest workshop in March 1993.Trudi Gleeson was one of the teachers trained in 1993.
Skills for Growing has had a definite impact on the school, " Trudi
There is a Q-Bear in the principal's office, and one in the sick bay. Q-Bear has a very high profile in the school - he goes home regularly with the children and often returns to school proudly wearing new clothes. He even has a school uniform!
Q-Bear travels far and wide throughout the Multiple District spreading the Lions-Quest messages about respect, responsibility - important skills for all young Australians. This year alone he has helped the Lions-Quest trainers run workshops in Rockhampton, Brisbane, Devonport, Hobart, Melbourne, Geraldton, Kadina, Mornington Island and Port Moresby.
Q-Bear is also the mascot for the Australian Lions-Quest Youth Foundation and helps raise funds for this important Multiple District youth project.
Over 2000 schools and over 10,000 teachers have found the Lions Quest programs invaluable since their introduction to Australia in 1988
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