BARRMARRANY NGAAWA NGAARRI GAYWA (Family Language Play Day)
Key Employment in association with “Ready Mob” have run a celebration for NAIDOC week. Festivities kicked off with Clarke Webb welcoming everyone to the Key Employment location in West High Street. He then went on to run a language workshop in the local Gumbaynggirr language, coinciding with the theme for NAIDOC week being “Our Language Matters”.
The children enjoyed colouring in competitions, a jumping castle and the Basketball and Tennis courts.
The BBQ was full steam ahead ensuring everyone had a full stomach.
A dance group was on offer, busting moves for all to see, getting the spectators involved and having loads of fun.
The day was finished off with an exhibition game of basketball with a few staff from Ready Mob, Key Employment and other members of the audience making up the numbers.
Key Employment would like to thank “Ready Mob” for their involvement in the Family Language play day and making it such a success.
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