Posted on Jun 28, 2018
        Rotary Four Way Test Speech Contest 
 The Four Way Test speech contest is a competition for secondary school students. The 5-6-minute speech highlights the concepts of the Rotary Four Way Test, creates an opportunity for students to develop their public speaking skills and provides Rotary with valuable exposure within the community. The contest is open to students who are in Year 10 for the first round in September and in Year 11 by the time of the District final in March of the following year. The heats are held in local areas. The winners progress to the District final.
 More information available from the Applecross Rotary Youth Director.
The Winners

Applecross Rotarian Suresh Prabhakaran organised a heat of the Four Way Test Speech Contest on 1 November 2017. The three judges were senior members from Toastmasters, Sara Eaton, Almarie Meyer, and Leonor Ragan.


The contestants were year 10 students Eva South, Fortune Aniyi, Sihza Farhan and Bartholomew Tang from All Saints’ College, Ning Wong and Arlen Wambley from Applecross Senior High School, and Mihan De Silva from Willetton Senior High School. The winner was Mihan De Silva, who spoke about Community Service and the importance of Volunteering. The winner and the two runners-up Eva South and Ning Wong progressed to the next round.