The BCC Police Ranger Unit were impressive when they met for a final time this year for their Graduation ceremony.
Precision drill work was on display with the Unit parading in and coming to attention as one on November 21 in the PAC.
More than 20 Rangers graduated or were promoted this year, and for many it was the culmination of many years of dedicated service.
Congratulations to Febriana Ajelie who received the 2017 Outstanding Service Award.
The ceremony concluded with the ceremonial Unit handover from this years’ Ranger Sergeants Jordan Campos and Febriana Ajelie, to Tom Keshimana, who will lead the Unit next year.
Mrs Townsend, Principal, thanked the Rangers for their contribution to the College and the wider community.
“The unit plays a major part in the Ballajura Community Dawn Service on ANZAC Day in our Peace Park,” she said. “This year they also represented the College at the opening of the new Ballajura Police Station and Open Day.
“I would like to thank Unit Coordinator Mr Roberts and his team of instructors for their ongoing commitment in helping these young people achieve their potential.”
Mrs Townsend also gave a special farewell to the Year 12 Rangers.
“You will take with you a range of skills and abilities that will ensure success in your chosen fields in the future,” she said.
“Congratulations on your many achievements and good luck in your chosen endeavours.”