Sycamore School receives about $2600 from Bayside’s Remax

Jocelyn Garcia
Updated January 30 2019 - 4:32pm, first published July 17 2018 - 2:30pm
HELPING HAND: Remax principal Brad Neilson and Sycamore School chief executive officer Cindy Corrie were working together to bring awareness to the community. Photo: Jocelyn Garcia
HELPING HAND: Remax principal Brad Neilson and Sycamore School chief executive officer Cindy Corrie were working together to bring awareness to the community. Photo: Jocelyn Garcia

ALEXANDRA Hill’s Sycamore School for children with autism has received about $2600 towards their fundraising projects thanks to Bayside’s Remax.

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Jocelyn Garcia

Jocelyn Garcia

Journalist

Jocelyn is a journalist at the Redland City Bulletin, covering education issues and school stories. She was a former journalist at Beaudesert Times, reporting about crime, schools and agriculture.