Goulburn PCYC’s Fit for Life program is going extremely well, which is shown by the increase in numbers.
The program, which aims to get disengaged and at risk young people re-engaged with school, has been given a further boost after receiving donations from the Goulburn Argyle Rotary Club on Monday, February 11.
“We donated a new barbecue and the cost of a boxing training instructor course for one of their mentors,” Goulburn Argyle Rotary Club member Mick Cooper said.
“I hope they will find it very useful as we are supporting the activities of young people.”
The rotary club now come in and cook the barbecue for the participants on Monday mornings.
“We donated a new barbecue and the cost of a boxing training instructor course for one of their mentors.”
Mr Cooper said the barbecue was donated as the PCYC needed a new one.
Goulburn PCYC manager Mark Croker was extremely pleased with all the support the program has received.
“It’s fantastic to see some local services supporting our program,” Mr Croker said.
“The Goulburn Argyle Rotary is an active supporter of our program.”
The Fit for Life program has gone from strength to strength since its inception in October of last year.