It is OFFICIAL!
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For the Triple Zero Challenge
15 April, 2015
The NSW Police Force are happy to put the Triple Zero Challenge trophy on the line to help raise funds to keep the Highlands You Hub operating.
NSW Police Force, Ambulance Service NSW, Fire and Rescue NSW, NSW Rural Fire Service and NSW State Emergency Service are coming together in the spirit of
sportsmanship and harmony to support the Southern Highlands Youth Hub.
The day comprises of Constant Cricket on Bradman Oval and many varied activities in and around the Bradman Centre. The matches commence from 10am and continue through to approximately 5pm. The event is a ‘Constant Cricket’ style tournament with each of the five emergency services entering a team.
The local community is welcome to attend, watch and enjoy the fun activities; for instance rock wall climbing, face painting, jumping castles and scavenger hunts. In 2015 an Expo will include demonstrations for fire safety procedures, additionally the Triple Zero Services will provide career information and also how to sign up as a volunteer.
NSW Police Force: AGG 11.42
7 wickets (out),81 runs scored
Ambulance Service NSW: AGG 7.6
10 wickets (out), 76 runs scored
Fire and Rescue NSW: AGG 7.55
9 wickets (out), 68 runs scored
NSW Rural Fire Service: AGG 4.61
13 wickets (out), 60 runs scored
NSW State Emergency Services: AGG 1.2
15 wickets (out), 18 runs scored
Families cheered on the players, explored the emergency vehicles and took part in the fun activities around the oval, including a rock wall.
Burny Cinders, Paddy Platypus, and Kooky Koala had a bit of a cricket challenge of their own. The Highlands Youth Hub welcomes any and all donations. As they are a charity all donations are tax deductible.
Highlands Youth Hub (HYH) has the potential to be the focal point for youth in the Southern Highlands. However we need your help to get there.
Located in Loseby Park, Bowral, directly opposite Bowral High School, the facility has been recently renovated and extended. It now incorporates a wide range of facilities and attractions, including a media suite, café and pool table, and is right next door to the skate park and tennis courts.
Operated by the Highlands Community Centre, HYH is for all young people in the Wingecarribee Shire. It provides a one stop shop for young people to learn new skills, access youth services, and just have fun.
But the future of the Hub is in doubt. Generous funding from NSW Community Services and Wingecarribee Shire Council got the Hub up and running, but after 30 June 2014, there is no funding to keep it operating. The loss of the Hub would be a huge loss to the local community.
The Triple Zero Challenge aims to raise funds to ensure the survival of the HYH. We appreciate any support that your organisation could offer us at this time.