Blue Mountains News
Active Kids Team Hit Penrith
“Vouchers can only be used one time and only during the calendar year they are issued so if you have yet to apply or have applied and not used it, now is the time to do so,” said Stuart Ayres.
Already we have seen more kids get active in local sport.
The Active Kids team will be heading to Penrith on 27 October to answer questions about the Active Kids program, help apply for a voucher and kids can test their agility, balance and cognitive skills with the cardio wall.
Westfield Penrith (opposite Big W)
Saturday 27 October 2018
9am – 5pm
"Every dollar counts in the household budget and this program is helping mums and dads out so more kids can play sport,” Stuart Ayres said.
“We’re easing the cost of living so families don’t have to stretch their budgets to ensure their kids are active and healthy.”
Guidelines are available to view on the website.
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