SHOW OF SUPPORT: The reconciliation march will head down Summerland Way and Geneva St on Friday, June 26.
SHOW OF SUPPORT: The reconciliation march will head down Summerland Way and Geneva St on Friday, June 26. Doug Eaton

Kyogle to hit road to reconciliation

KYOGLE'S reconciliation march is on Friday, June 26, at 11.30am and everyone is invited to join in.

The march is organised by the Kyogle Reconciliation Group and will go along Summerland Way and Geneva St to Anzac Park (netball courts) for a free lunch, followed by lots of activities.

Aboriginal children from all local primary schools and Kyogle High have been invited along and are encouraged to bring friends to the march to show reconciliation in action.

The free activities include a kids' jumping castle, live DJ, face-painting, basket- weaving, boomerang painting and even a hip-hop dance workshop with Kulcha Jam from Byron Bay.

In the lead-up to the march, KRG is running a colouring-in competition in conjunction with primary schools in the Kyogle local government area.

There will be two prizes of $50 vouchers for the Kyogle Bike Shop.

Categories for entry are 5-7 years and 8-13 years, so get colouring.

Entries can be returned to Birkbeck's Menswear by Friday, June 12, with the student's name, age and school on the back.

- RICHMOND RIVER EXPRESS EXAMINER



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