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Hundreds in Leeton for VIBE 3on3 day

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Hundreds of young people descended on the Leeton Indoor Stadium in Palm Ave for the National Indigenous 3on3® Basketball and Hip Hop Challenge – the Vibe 3on3® recently.

Over 60 teams, comprising more than 260 young people, from Leeton and surrounding schools participated in the Vibe 3on3®.

The action-packed event featured a 3on3...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 19:10

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Schoolkids tune in to ambulances

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A hip hop workshop recently held in Meekatharra by St John Ambulance helped children learn about the ambulance service and when it is appropriate to call for assistance.

More than 50 school children joined St John Ambulance personnel and hip hop musician Scotty Griffith, aka Optamus Downsyde for a week to write and record a song and accompanying...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 19:09

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