Joint initiative at Scone Park promotes well being of local youth

Updated October 11 2016 - 4:35pm, first published 4:13pm
WELLBEING IN THE BAG: Georgia Watts, Ryan Clerke, Harry Schumaker, Saige Cust. Back: Bec Eveleigh of Upper Hunter Community Services, Sports Participation Officer Nicky Western and Sarah Green from the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program.
WELLBEING IN THE BAG: Georgia Watts, Ryan Clerke, Harry Schumaker, Saige Cust. Back: Bec Eveleigh of Upper Hunter Community Services, Sports Participation Officer Nicky Western and Sarah Green from the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program.

MORE than 50 children and young people finished the school holidays with a mammoth game of touch footy, a free barbecue and some advice on looking after the well being of themselves and their mates.

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