Opportunities to get Involved North of the River
There are three inclusive programs kicking off this August/September in the northern suburbs.
Hockey 4 All, Little Athletics 4 All and Netball 4 All will be returning for second rounds of clinics.T
he Little Athletics pathway program is a result of a partnership between Kingsway Little Athletics Club, Little Athletics WA and Inclusion WA. Similarly, Netball 4 all was established as the result of a partnership between Wanneroo Districts Netball Association, Netball WA and Inclusion WA.
Following a huge response to both Little Athletics 4 All and Netball 4 All earlier in the year, each of these pathway programs will be returning in the second half of 2013. Both not only provide individuals with the opportunity to try out a new sport, meet some new friends and build links with local clubs, they have each also bought a number of benefits to the local club. For example these programs allow the clubs to showcase themselves to the community, and as a result attract new members and open the door for new funding opportunities.
Little Athletics 4 All will run every Tuesday from the 20th of August through to the 10th of September from 4pm to 5pm. Sessions are held at Kingsway Little Athletics Centre and this will be a great opportunity to also meet Kylie Wheeler, a coach and former Olympic medallist.
Netball 4 all will be getting underway in late September from Kingsway Sporting Complex.
Hockey 4 All also had great success during the July school holidays, thanks to the hard work and dedication of the Joondalup Lakers Hockey Club. The Lakers will be running Hockey 4 All as an in-term Program, with sessions running every Thursday from the 1st August from 3.30 – 4.30pm. The Program teaches participants the sport of hockey, while also introducing the participants and their families to other non-playing roles that thye can get involved in at the club, should they wish to do so.
To get involved these programs please contact:
Little Athletics 4 All
Netball 4 All
Joondalup Lakers Hockey 4 All
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