Kensington PCYC held a Community Event on Saturday 10 November to showcase the programs and the Centre to the local community.
The day kicked off with a Furry Friends obedience class with Kylie from Unleashed Active, followed by a 3 kilometre walk/run. There were also many stallholders selling doggy treats, health and beauty products. Local Officers from Kensington Police Station brought up a car for all the families to see, Aurora Calisthenics did a skills display and we finished off the day with a movie projected on an Outdoor Screen donated by ATCO Gas.
Kensington PCYC Centre Manager Amanda Dow commended the hard work that her team put in behind the scenes.
“It was a fantastic day; young people thoroughly enjoyed themselves and my team all donated their time to ensure the event went off without a hitch.”
“We are extremely grateful to the local community and stall holders, WAPOL, ATCO Gas for their support.”
Kensington PCYC delivers accredited training for youth at risk as well as recreational programs to the local community.
To support or find out more about programs and activities at Kensington PCYC, call Centre Manager Amanda Dow on (08) 9367 1282 or email email@example.com.
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