Mark Croker's back.
He may not the Goulburn PCYC manager anymore but he is still involved with the club.
He is hosting archery classes on Thursday afternoons from 4pm to 5pm and said it was something he had done for a few years now.
"I love these kids so I was never going to completely leave," Mr Croker said.
Besides archery, PCYC offers a whole range of other sports and activities including a couple of new additions:
Chess on Tuesdays, 10am to 12pm for seniors and 4pm to 6pm for juniors, and judo on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5pm to 7.30pm.
PCYC manager Janelle Lawson said the activities started due to interest from the community.
"I had the coach of judo, Michael Maley, come along and tell me he was interested in volunteering with us and showed us his qualifications with the sport," Ms Lawson said.
"We've had so many people come and try.
"The classes are still fairly small, but it's expanding.
"With the chess club, we currently only have two people.
"The teacher for that is my husband, Wally Lawson.
"The idea came about after we saw a comment on the community noticeboard on Facebook.
"Wally likes to play chess a lot and used to play on the computer."
For more information about archery, chess, judo or any other activities, go to https://www.pcycnsw.org.au/goulburn/activities.
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