School Holidays should always be synonymous with fun. The activities organized by the Hinchinbrook Community Support Centre’s Youth Worker Quinta certainly proved that tots and teens, and the adults who helped out, all enjoyed craft, colouring-in, Loom Banding, wood-work, making paper flowers and much more.
The Crazy Craft afternoons were open to all ages. There was Quirky Quizzical Fun, sand art, and importantly, the opportunity to meet new friends.
The School Holiday Program was made possible thanks to the collaboration between TYTO, Hinchinbrook Shire Council, Hinchinbrook Community Support Centre, Forrest Beach State School Before and After School Care Program and the Herbert River Men's Shed.
Friday evening in Rotary Park was a sea of food and friendly faces. Thanks to the planning, organization and support of the Ingham Disability Support Services, the Bent Rods Car Club, and the Hinchinbrook Shire Council this event became a celebration of food from around the world and an opportunity to focus on Mental Health Week.
The Hinchinbrook Community Support Centre parked the “Out and About Bus” in Rotary Park and provided community members with information about all their programs and services. This was also an opportunity for HCSC to showcase the sponsorship logos on the bus. It is thanks to these organizations that we are able to provide this service in its current format.
The event catered for young and young at heart with free jumping castle, face painting and other activities. Cherry Divine and other entertainers truly helped to make the evening a family friendly event. Needless to say, the food was delicious and the support from the community was outstanding.
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