The LiveLighter Activity Information Day for Bunbury was held on Friday 13th September 2019 at the South West Italian Club with an estimated 900 people in attendance. Around 50 metro and regional businesses/organisations provided information and activities those who attended. A big thankyou goes out to the South West Italian Club who supported the event which was held at their facility. A wide range of activities were available to try out including, Zumba Gold, Heart Sports and Pole Walking to name a few. Bunnings ran a pot plant workshop which proved to be very popular, seniors could create a pot planted with a seedlings to take home with them. Emergency Wildlife Care Bunbury brought along a few of their young charges who proved very popular.
After a few songs from the “Serenading Singers” Mr Don Punch MLA for Bunbury officially opened the Bunbury Live_Lighter Activity Information Day. Thank you Don for your continuing support.
Sol y Sombra – Spanish Dance Bunbury Dancer Nicole Kostezky sponsored by South West Women’s Health and Information Centre wowed the crowd with her Flamenco dancing. Local Zumba legend Betty McCleary ran a few pop-up Zumba classes and the Rusty Nails Band provided entertainment for throughout the day.
SRCWA thanks and acknowledges all the hard work of:
- The SRCWA Bunbury Branch, Branch President Barbara Fleay and her team of dedicated volunteers in making this event a great success. Special mention to our MC for the day Fiona Hinds.
- Bunbury Regional Corrective Services staff and trustees for setting up and packing down the event.
- SRCWA Head office Staff,. Southwest Italian Club, City of Bunbury, Red Cross & Bunnings for their valuable support for this event.
- Our thanks and appreciation goes to Live_Lighter Healthway, for Sponsoring this event and to Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries & Dept of Communities for their continued support.
Our thanks and appreciation goes to Live_Lighter Healthway, for Sponsoring this event and to Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries & Dept of Communities for their continued support.
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