Tag Archive: Carnarvon PCYC

Committed to Carnarvon

May 15, 2019 12:34 pm

Carnarvon PCYC youth continue to benefit from the enthusiasm and commitment of WA Police Force Youth Crime Intervention Officers (YCIO’s) First Class Constable Brenton Uphill and Constable Ally Ramirez. The officers manage and run the Carnarvon PCYC football team, the Kingsford Lions, who recently reigned premiers in the Gascoyne Football… Continue Reading

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Police and Community kicking goals in Carnarvon

July 27, 2018 8:21 am

Youth Crime Intervention Officers and Ngala (RSAS) staff helped kick off the Gascoyne football season in May running until 17 August. With sponsorship from local businesses – Westerly Contractors, Woolworths Carnarvon and the Aboriginal Biodiversity Conservation Foundation – the Carnarvon PCYC Kingsford Lions have had a bountiful season remaining undefeated, perhaps… Continue Reading

Success for Popular Carnarvon PCYC Full Throttle Program

January 18, 2018 3:09 pm

The popular Carnarvon PCYC Full Throttle program has finished after a very successful year in 2017. The program focuses on the restoration of old, damaged bicycles, engaging young people in a safe environment Youth were encouraged to complete two bicycles each, the first which would be gifted to a member… Continue Reading

Carnarvon PCYC Hosts Women’s Urban Survival Program

January 8, 2018 2:59 pm

Carnarvon PCYC had the pleasure of hosting Samurai Karate’s second successful Women’s Urban Survival Program at the centre last year, helping to provide full in-kind support, following an extremely positive repose from the Carnarvon community. A total of 15 women, all from a number of different nationalities, ages and occupations,… Continue Reading

Carnarvon PCYC Trash and Treasure Fundraiser

November 23, 2017 1:20 pm

Carnarvon PCYC held their annual ‘Trash n Treasure’ Car Boot Sale Fundraiser on Sunday 19th November. The event was well received by members of the community who attended on the day in the hope of grabbing some bargains before Christmas.  There were 22 stalls in total selling a variety of… Continue Reading