What's your name and job?
Trevor Daly. School Crossing Supervisor.
How long have you been doing that for?
What are you doing today?
Been to the dentist for an extraction, ouch! Some housework, then back to my crossing.
Why did you decide to become a school crossing supervisor?
Part time employment became an option for me, and a job with plenty of interaction with people appealed to me.
What do you enjoy about your job?
The kids are amazing. The stories they tell, the excitement they project about an event or occasion, Christmas, birthdays, a lost tooth etc ... seeing them safely across a busy road. Parents are also generally fun.
What is your passion? What do you really care about?
Music. Family and great friends. Doing a good job as a School Crossing Supervisor, safe and happy kids.
What's your Bendigo story?
Whilst I was born in Melbourne, many of my relatives were Bendigo residents. My family moved here when I was around 12 years of age.
I moved interstate in my 20s, but realised about 18 years ago, Bendigo is where I wanted to be, and returned. Love the history, the people and particularly the live music scene.
What do you do on your Saturday morning?
Practise guitar, prepare equipment for Saturday night gig.
What's your guilty pleasure TV show of choice?
Insiders with Barry Cassidy, Sunday mornings at 9am, which can be a hard slog after a late Saturday night, but I have to make the effort.
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