Young Greek of the Week
Tanya Gaudet, who is in Grade 5 at St John’s College, already has a good idea of her future career, which literally involves staying in school!
Tanya Gaudet, 10.
Your greatest achievement
When I won the Year 4 Academic Excellence Award.
How did you get to where you are now
By listening to my teacher, being loyal and confident.
Your greatest challenge
When I first attempted to rollerblade.
Goal for the future
To become a teacher.
Best moment of your life
I was junior bridesmaid at my cousin’s wedding.
One word that describes you the best
Persons you most admire and why
My mum, my aunty and my friend Jana because they’re all loving to me and care for me.
Best thing about being Greek-Australian
Being proud of my ancestral heritage.
If I could say anything to the Greek community...
I would say to be proud of who you are, where you come from and stand up for your beliefs.
Funniest Greek family moment
The funniest Greek moment was at Christmas. We were at my grandparents house when my aunty slipped and broke a chair.
Favourite place to go or hang out at
I would have to say the shopping centre and the beach.
Song that I can’t get out of my head at the moment
Don’t trust me-3OH!3.
Favourite Greek food
I can’t live without...
My family and friends.
If I was Kevin Rudd for a day I would...
Ban TV commercials because they interrupt our favourite shows while we are watching them.
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