10th Anniversary – Family fun for all at Children’s Centre

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IT has been 10 years since the Two Wells Community Children’s Centre first opened its doors and the site is set to celebrate next month with a special evening event.

A host of activities has been organised for the event, with TWCCC director, Sarah Wormald, saying the November 15 night would be a great chance for past and present families of the centre to gather, share conversations, reflect on the last decade and join in the fun.

“It’s a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the wonderful service we have given the Two Wells community over the last 10 years,” she said.

“We value the efforts from the beginning idea to what is now a comprehensive, all-inclusive, high quality service for children and families from birth to 12 years old.

“What the celebration aims to achieve is not only celebrating the success of the 2013 year but also the success of the last 10 years while also giving the opportunity for families to meet other families and interact with educators at the centre in a relaxed environment.

“We are thrilled to be recognising the efforts and contributions of previous Two Wells community members, staff and families.”

Activities organised for the event, which runs from 5pm until 7.30pm on Friday November 15, include a Bop Til U Drop disco, jumping castle, face painting, sausage sizzle, silent auction, cake and coffee stall and craft activities.

One of the prize items in the silent auction will be a signed West Coast Eagles gurnsey, with signatures from the 2013 squad, kindly donated by online slots footballer Sam Butler from WCE who is the brother of TWCCC early childhood professional, Lucy Butler.

The general public can get in on this unique opportunity to own a piece of AFL memorabilia, with phone bids taken for this item until 7pm on the night.

Contact the centre on 8520 2358 to make your bid.

The centre’s childcare and kindergarten children will also perform their annual Christmas concert as part of the proceedings and will take to the stage just after 7pm.

Tickets are $10 for children three and over, with adults and children two years and under free and can be purchased from the centre during business hours.

If you haven’t been to the centre in a while, or you are keen to see what all the rave is about, why not put Friday November 15 in your diary and join in the celebrations?

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