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Juliet Thottunkal (12O) Named Logan Youth Citizen of the Year

Congratulations to O’Connor House Service Captain, Juliet Thottunkal (12O), who has been recognised in Logan City Council’s Australia Day Celebrations for her significant contribution to the Queensland Cancer Council.

Juliet was named Logan Youth Citizen of the Year for her work in organising and hosting an Open Garden event last year that raised more than $5000 for the Queensland Cancer Council.

An active participant in the School’s Service Program, Juliet is a member of Second Chance, Doctors without Borders, Save the Children, and is also completing her Duke of Edinburgh Award.

Juliet finds participating in service activities extremely rewarding and hopes to inspire other Grammar girls to get involved in the School’s Service Program.

‘Through the School’s Service Program I’ve learned the importance of giving back and made many new friends.

‘There are so many ways you can make a positive impact. I encourage every Grammar girl to participate in Service, whether it’s regularly volunteering at a community organisation, joining a School Service Club, or fundraising for a worthy cause—it all makes a difference.’