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Young Life Club opens in Hawker

It’s happening. Our first Belconnen Club! And if you are in the Hawker-Belconnen area and in high school or college, you are invited…

Young Life Canberra is responsible for pancakes and Bubble Soccer at Belconnen High.

You can expect games, challenges, themes, food and a chance to relax and chat. It’s fun, a bit crazy and a really good place to hang out with friends outside of school.

The team who are leading Club are volunteers and are known to students at Belconnen High for running the pancake breakfast.

Young Life Australia runs camps as well as Clubs, including a national Summer Camp held in Jindabyne every January.

“So come along, don’t miss out. We meet this week on Thursday, 12th April, and every second-week starting next term in weeks 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10,” says Alex.

What: Young Life Belconnen, a youth group for all high-school and college-age young people

When: Thursday, April 12 at 3.36pm and every second week from the beginning of Term Two.

Where: Corner of Beetaloo St and Belconnen Way (Christ Church Hawker)

The venue for Young Life Belconnen, Christ Church Hawker

For more information about Young Life Canberra, email Alex Lee or call 0427 208 778.

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“Thanks to everyone who has taken part, particularly those who have shared their knowledge and experience,” says Glyn Henman, Young Life Australia’s CEO.

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 Young Life Australia’s Annual Review is now available online in our September 2017 issue of Connections.

“I am very happy to be able to report Young Life Australia as seen further growth in 2016-17,” says Glyn Henman, CEO of Young Life Australia.

“Income from donations and fundraising totaled $1,139,928, the result of regular giving and the fundraising efforts and activities taking place in the areas where Young Life operates.

“Thank you to everyone in the Young Life network who materially gave so we could support, encourage and reach out to young people during this past year.”

To access the Annual Review, click here. To learn about who is on Young Life’s board of directors click here.

If you would like to make a donation toward Young Life’s community-based programs, click here.

Young Life is a non-denominational Christian organisation with a vision to build confidence, resilience and values in Australia’s young people through significant relationships with adults who model the love of Jesus Christ. Donations to Young Life Australia over $2 are tax deductible.