Get active this break with PCYC Goulburn’s school holidays programs.
There will be fun and affordable activities until January 25.
Club Manager of PCYC Goulburn Mark Croker said young people are the club’s main priority.
“At PCYC, we put young people first and also recognise that each community is different,” Mr Croker said.
“We pride ourselves on listening to the young people of Goulburn and surrounds and delivering activities and programs that fit their needs and interests, while not breaking the bank for parents and caregivers.”
Starting from $30, young people can choose from plenty of activities to take part in.
On Mondays, gymnastics, and and an introduction to Free G which is similar to people jumping from building to building between walls.
On Tuesdays, there will be dancing, cheerleading, acrobatics and rock climbing.
On Wednesdays, there will be gymnastics and ninjaz which is similar to obstacle courses.
On Thursdays, people will partake in multi sport, team gymnastics and rock climbing, while on Fridays there will be trapeze and tumble tramp which is learning to do skills like cartwheels.
Meanwhile, the Fit for Life program has been very promising and since participants are always increasing, Mr Croker said they were looking for more volunteers.
"We’re actually looking at extra transport and drivers,” Mr Croker said.
“The program has been successful since we have had a very low rate of dismissals due to not going to school.”
Fit for Life started in October last year and aims to get disengaged and at risk young people re-engaged with school.
To keep up to date with PCYC Goulburn, contact the club or check their Facebook page.
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