Moonee Valley Council's Youth Fest Day was the perfect opportunity to launch the new L2P car sponsored by Flemington Kensington Rotary.
 District Governor Ron Payne and Deb joined with members, MVCC L2P Coordinator Emma Phillips, Mayor Pierce Tyson, Cr Rose Iser and community to cut the ribbon and free the wheels. 
This project has been almost 2 years in the planning and result, impacted by COVID and legalities but is now ready to hit the ground and provide access for young people to obtain the necessary 120 hours of supervised driving practice.  Additional mentors are needed to provide the supervision and all members are encouraged to spread the word.
This opportunity follows on from our club's successful RoadStart initiative led by PP Peter Cribb in 2013 and launched at Debney Park with then Minister for Transport, Terry Mulder.   At that time, the program was to assist migrants, particularly women, obtain a license.
This car will be based at the Ascot Vale Leisure Centre, providing easy access for learners and mentors.  The current car is located at the Moonee Ponds Police Station.
Many thanks to District Governor Ron Payne and Deb; Peter and Bev Cribb, Abdi Hassan, Jo Walker, Drew and Chiara Sheehan, Lesley McCarthy and David Dippie from RC Keilor East who joined President Shraddha and Samara to make this such a special day.