From left, Constable Adam Fathers, Senior Constable Kim Mewing, Charlie Weazel-Gomes, 10 of Goonellabah, Owen Weazel, 13 of Goonellabah (behind blue shirt), Ambrose Roberts, 12 of Goonellabah, Wanjarra Glew, 11 of Goonellabah, and PCYC Club Manager Nicole Crook play basketball at a PCYC Youth Engagement Day at Kadina Park in January.
From left, Constable Adam Fathers, Senior Constable Kim Mewing, Charlie Weazel-Gomes, 10 of Goonellabah, Owen Weazel, 13 of Goonellabah (behind blue shirt), Ambrose Roberts, 12 of Goonellabah, Wanjarra Glew, 11 of Goonellabah, and PCYC Club Manager Nicole Crook play basketball at a PCYC Youth Engagement Day at Kadina Park in January. Cathy Adams

Community sports day at Kadina Park tomorrow

CHILDREN can enjoy a fun-packed Goonellabah sports event aimed at bringing the community together.

Netball, basketball, touch football and other activities will be on offer at tomorrow's Kadina Park Sports Day.

A barbecue, refreshments and plenty of other fun and games will also be provided.

It is aimed at primarily at 9-16-year-olds, but all children and families are welcome.

Community groups have also pledged support for the day, which runs from 10am-2pm.

The scheme is part of the Goonellabah Community Plan, which is working to further improve the suburb and provide activities for residents.

Lismore City Council is also assisitng the free event.



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