PCYC spreads Easter Cheer across the State!
Collie PCYC teamed up the Western Australia Police Force to hand out Easter Eggs to over 100 children and young people in their community.
Collie PCYC Centre Manager, Linda Gallagher said, “Collie PCYC has been running the Easter delivery alongside the Collie Police for the past 4 years.”
“It is especially great to be able to share smiles and chocolate this year as our community faces the challenging and uncertain times of COVID-19.”
Easter Celebrations kicked off at Geraldton’s Midalia Beach with an epic Easter egg hunt. Local young people flocked down to attend the hunt, helping each other to collect as many eggs as possible.
In preparation for the event, Geraldton PCYC safeSISTAS decorated Easter cakes to share with young people in their community.
There was no shortage of fun or smiles as the Easter activities continued with an egg and spoon race, water balloons, three-legged races and stand-up paddle yoga!
A colouring competition is always a hit, and Gosnells PCYC’s colouring competition did not disappoint. With so many great entries, there had to be more than one winner!
KinderGym also joined in the celebrations at Gosnells PCYC with an Easter themed session as children hopped, climbed, decorated hats, and hunted for eggs.