Pre school to waive its Term 4 fees

The farming community welcomed rain last week those with young children will welcome the news Forbes Pre School will waive its fees for Term 4 as it seeks to help drought-affected families. 

The pre school board made the decision to make Term 4 fee free, seeking to help those families directly impacted by the drought and the wider community.

While the pre school does have a large number of children from farms attending, they know the whole community is affected when the agricultural sector is doing it tough.

“We wanted to do something really nice for our families,” Sarah Davies said.

“There are a lot of farming families in pre school. 

“Everyone is doing it tough.

“We hope people will go and spend those fees somewhere in town.” 

Peter and Elaine Bright present the cheque to Forbes Pre School director Amy Shine, while Frankie Hurford and Zola King give their approval.

Peter and Elaine Bright present the cheque to Forbes Pre School director Amy Shine, while Frankie Hurford and Zola King give their approval.

Pictured: The pre school was also delighted to receive a $500 donation from Forbes and District Lions. 

The funds will be used to buy cuddle blankets for the little ones to snuggle up with if they need a nap while at preschool. 

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