Children flock to popular school holiday program at PCYC

MONEY, MONEY, MONEY: Budding entrepreneurs Michael Landow, 7, and Alexander Morrison, 5, opted for a game of Monopoly. Picture: Les Smith
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY: Budding entrepreneurs Michael Landow, 7, and Alexander Morrison, 5, opted for a game of Monopoly. Picture: Les Smith

A massive water fight, board games, craft and music kept children busy during a packed day of fun at the Wagga Police Citizens Youth Club.

The club’s popular school holiday vacation program is filling up fast, as children sign up for the busy schedule of activities.

Staff say there are still a few spaces for youngsters keen to join in the fun, but they are limited.

The club can only take up to 75 children, who are offered a blend of on-site activities and excursions into the Wagga community.

Children will have plenty of time to make new friends and develop some new skills as they mix indoor and outdoor activities.

The  PCYC program, which runs at the club in Gurwood Street, is aimed at primary school-aged children.

SNACK TIME: Vanessa Leah, Layla Larsen, Karma Mira, Taylor Garrett and Ruby Larsen prepare for a snack.

SNACK TIME: Vanessa Leah, Layla Larsen, Karma Mira, Taylor Garrett and Ruby Larsen prepare for a snack.