Whyalla is giving Youth Week 2017 a Fair Go.

Whyalla gives Youth Week a Fair Go

Whyalla is giving Youth Week 2017 a Fair Go.

As part of the 2017 National Youth Week celebration, Whyalla’s youth are being invited to attend a free fun fair event at Civic Park on Sunday, April 9.

From 12pm until 4pm the youth of Whyalla can enjoy exciting rides, a bouncy slide, bubble soccer, face painting, activities provided by D’faces and Centacare, giveaways, a free sausage sizzle and fairy floss and healthy snacks provided by OPAL.

Organised by Whyalla Youth Advisory Committee, Fair Go will be a celebration of Whyalla’s youth.

Whyalla mayor Lyn Breuer said she was thrilled that Whyalla’s youth would be given the opportunity to celebrate their importance to the community at a fun free event.

“Whyalla City Council truly values the role young people play in our community; they are the city’s future,” Ms Breuer said.

“We have so many wonderful young people in our community that show true community spirit, such as our Youth Advisory Committee, and it is inspiring to see some of the things that our young people are achieving.

“Fair Go will be a wonderful celebration of Whyalla’s young people, and I am looking forward to celebrating our youth at this free and all-inclusive event.”

Fair Go is being sponsored by Whyalla City Council, Youth Advisory Committee, National Youth Week Australia, Department for Communities and Social Inclusion, Eddie Hughes MP, Whyalla H.O.P.E Collective, D’faces Whyalla, Centacare, Rotary Club of Whyalla Norrie and Whyalla Baptist Church.

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