GUNNEDAH kids have been treated to a variety of school holiday thanks to the Gunnedah PCYC.
The community group has had a solid of booking 30 local kids attend the centre every day throughout the school holidays.
Club manager Andrew Formann said the program so far had been “very successful”.
“We have had so much fun so far,” Mr Formann said.
“The amount of kids we’ve had has been excellent and we have been booked solid for the entire holidays, in fact the next available spots are on January 29 and at this stage there is only a few left.”
Mr Formann said the PCYC had organised a range of activities for kids of all ages that fit into a weekly theme.
“We thought themed weeks would offer the kids something a bit different,” he said.
“It’s not compulsory by any means but for example, this week has been superhero week and some of the kids have come dressed as their favorite superheros and we have done activities like ‘Nerf Wars’ and watching superhero movies to fit into the week’s theme.”
The club manager said next weeks theme would be colours.
“We will have a range of stuff next week revolving around colours,” he said.
“We’ll be doing stuff like baking jelly slices, painting and having a cartoon workshop as well.”
Mr Formann encouraged families to take advantage of the club’s next school holiday program at the conclusion of Term one.
“We are a fully rebated service, so you can get your CCR and CCB rebates,” he said.
“So if you are looking for something for the kids next school holidays by all means give us a call.”
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