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OPEN 6 DAYS • Behind Bing Lee Bowral
5/7 Boolwey St, Bowral • p: 4861 5005 • f: 4861 4826
Get the whole
family onto a
including your little ones (1-4yrs).
> Lauren Cheetle springs out of the line to volley back over the net.
> The super-energetic Austin Lockhart stretches
for a high ball.
> Samuel Shanks gets waits for the tennis ball machine to
spit out a ball in his direction.
Climate Action Now Wingecarribee (CANWin)
and FX Larkin are among the rst Highland
businesses and organisations to get behind
local youth in the lead-up to the 3-day
The congress is in Bowral from November 24-26.
Co-ordinators Alison Parr and Annabel Brown are
con dent that Southern Highlands businesses
will be keen to contribute to build the capaciry of
young people to lead Australia to a sustainable
Sponsors are being sought to enable a team to
take up the opportunity for pre- congress skills
training as facilitators and mentors with OzGREEN
in their 'sustainability in action' program, as well
as supporting the congress which will have up to
200 young participants aged from 11 to 28.
CANWin spokesperson Sandra Menteith said
it was wonderful that the region had the
opportunity for young people, who were clearly
concerned about climate change, to have a voice
on the issue.
"On the last day of the congress they will present
their own action plans back to the community,"
"In the process they will build connections and
create pathways for ongoing engagement."
The youth are our future - they have amazing and
creative ideas that will accelerate the transition to
To support the "YOUthLEADing Australia"
Climate Congress or for more information,
contact Alison on 4884 4467 or Annabel on
0406 187 655.
Footy boots and hockey sticks have made way
for cricket bats and tennis racquets, but not
before all of winter's troopers were handed
their trophies at the myriad of presentation
This month's snapshot includes pictures from the
Bowral Tennis Club's school holiday clinic, the
Highlands Football Club presentation night and
a few from round one of the Highlands District
More than 90 youngsters attended the quarterly
school holiday tennis clinic with Bowral Tennis
Club's professional Michael Poulos. Poulos had boys
and girls as young as ve swinging their racquets,
with balls ying across half a dozen courts.
Highlands FC's inaugural presentation night was
a roaring success with the guest speaker, former
Socceroo captain Paul Wade, entertaining kids and
Meanwhile, round one of the cricket season spelt
the start of six long months of nappy san and
Shifting seasons, changing sports
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