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The Rotary Club of Katherine adds more pedal cars to its collection thanks to a NT Health grant | Katherine Times

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A former Charles Darwin University lecturer is using his passion and experience to teach road safety skills to the Katherine community using pedal cars. Chris Dixon has been the secretary of the Katherine Rotary Club for the last 12 years and his driving school DRV4LYF, which began in 2007 as a hobby, is now his full-time focus. “Over the past few years, my project at Rotary has been to try and re-establish the Road Safety Centre in Rotary Park,” Mr Dixon said. “This was a thriving project before the 1998 flood, with working traffic lights and schools and parents, would bring their children and use the facility to teach about road safety.” Read also: On Australia Day 1998, the Road Safety Centre was flooded along with…



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