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Youngsters line up for new programs

Monday, 18th November, 2013

(From left) Amy Dawson, Piper Dwyer, Maya Butcher and Shakira Dwyer enjoying the Learn-to-Play program at the YMCA. (From left) Amy Dawson, Piper Dwyer, Maya Butcher and Shakira Dwyer enjoying the Learn-to-Play program at the YMCA.

There’s a buzz of excitement at the YMCA thanks to new programs for children and teens.

The YMCA’s Learn-to-Play and Squash programs have seen more young people taking up sport, being active and making new friends.

“You’re never too young to have fun and be active at the Y,” Centre Manager Kerry McDonald said.

“It has been great to see so many young people get involved.”

The eight-week Learn-to-Play program runs on Wednesday and Friday afternoons. 

Squash is available Friday afternoons and has been popular, with over 15 participants each week.

“The recent spike in participation is also a testament to the great work of our quality coaches who have volunteered their time to teach these programs,” Ms McDonald said.

For more information phone 8088 1999 or visit ymcansw.org.au/brokenhill.

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