Right Track Foundation Remote Camp Trip
Ranger Drilling is proud to support the Right Track Foundation remote.
The Right Track Foundation is an aspirational program to create relationships between metro, rural, remote indigenous and non-indigenous young people through their common gifting of athletics.
This year, we had our fourth remote schools trip where Canning Coaches travelled to rural and remote schools through the mid west and Pilbara and ran half-day or full day clinics. Teams were split into two; with the first basing itself in Geraldton and heading out to schools in the area and surrounding districts, and the second team heading inland beginning in Meekatharra and heading down through Cue, Mt Magnet and across to Yalgoo before meeting up with the coastal group.
We were blessed to have Coach White (former coach at Stanford University, USA) join the Inland group, proving to be a great ambassador and role model for all involved.
A highlight of the School Clinics was our tie in with Rob and Brady from Meekatharra. Rob and Brady completed the June coaching course in Perth and are currently setting up an athletics program in their local community.
During the Easter period, Graeme Watson, Chairman of Right Track foundation, was delighted to be invited to help serve at the annual Martu Easter Convention in Nullangine (2 hours east of Newman). Meeting Martu kids, youth, adults and elders, building lasting relationships with all.