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Broncos galloping into more schools

BRONCOS IN TOWN: Lacey O'Brien, Katie Stenzel, Sam Thaiday, Corey Parker, Mitchell Sternes and Mitchell Dodds.
BRONCOS IN TOWN: Lacey O'Brien, Katie Stenzel, Sam Thaiday, Corey Parker, Mitchell Sternes and Mitchell Dodds. Jessica Bahr

THE Dalby Leagues Clubs' relationship with the Brisbane Broncos has grown stronger, with the pair organising for more schools to be visited by Broncos Development Officers.

Cecil Plains, Bell, Moonie, The Gums and Tara Schools will all be visited this year.

Development officer Darren Burns will work in the schools, and has arranged for colleagues including David Stagg, Wayne Weekes and Jack Reed to join him.

Dalby Leagues Club President Michael Webber said he the strengthened partnership was a positive step for the community.

"Darren has done a wonderful job in the Dalby schools over the past three years and to be able to extend that to smaller schools is testament to both the Dalby Leagues Club's and the Broncos' commitment to the community,” Mr Webber said.

The schools are scheduled to be visited on Thursday April 20, with the students learning life skills lessons including healthy living, personal branding and achieving success.

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