Feb. 27, 2019 Live from the road

Traralgon - Drouin

Reported by Devashishu Torpy, Stacey Marsh 98.0 km

This morning we started our day at Kay park where the Peace Run meet with State MP Russell Northe MLA, Member for Morwell, a fellow marathon runner with an impressive time of around 3.30. He welcomed us to Traralgon and wished us well on our journey through to Melbourne.

A short 600m rum from Kay park brought us to Grey Street Primary School, meeting grade 5 and 6's. They all had fun learning the Peace Run song and all the school captains came up to receive the Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of the school. Their Principal is also an avid runner: it seems everyone we have met in this area is a great runner.

Having taken a moment to run around the school grounds with the students we soon departed to run into Trafalgar. We split the team into three to cover the distance.

Another beautiful morning in Australia.

Trafalgar Primary School in Trafalgar.

Arriving into Warragul North Primary School.

A selection of Peace Pledges prepared for the occasion by students at Warragul North Primary School.

At the end of the day in Warragul we met with Federal MP Russell Broadbent, State MP Gary Blackwood and a representative from the Shire Council.

Thank you to Pam and everyone at Warragul Gardens Holiday Park for providing us with comfortable accommodation ....

... and fresh tomatoes.

Thank you to Feng and everyone at Comfort Inn and Suites in Warragul for providing accommodation as well.

Torch carried by
Akrura Bogea (Brazil), Ashadeep Volkhardt (Australia), Devashishu Torpy (Great Britain), Goncalo Rei (Portugal), Katharina Brötzner (Austria), Natabara Rollosson (United States), Nidhruvi Zimmermann (Austria), Nirjharini Brandt (Germany), Prabuddha Nicol (Australia), Robert Benedek (Hungary), Saranyu Pearson (Australia), Stacey Marsh (New Zealand), Uddyogini Hall (Australia), Vananiya Osgon (Mongolia).  
Goncalo Rei, Stacey Marsh
The torch has travelled 98.0 km from Traralgon to Drouin.

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