Young tal­ent on show as town marks NAIDOC Week

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Mem­bers of the Roe­bourne com­mu­nity at­tended a tal­ent art show at the Roe­bourne Po­lice and Com­mu­nity Youth Cen­tre hall as part of NAIDOC cel­e­bra­tions this month.

The show was a col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Roe­bourne PCYC and Men­tally Healthy West­ern Aus­tralia’s Act-Be­long-Com­mit cam­paign.

Chil­dren per­formed acts in­clud­ing art, dance and karaoke.

Per­form­ers were judged by the Roe­bourne po­lice of­fi­cer-in­charge Gemma Hen­ni­gan, Yind­jibarndi el­der Toot­sie Daniel, Robert Yates and Wes­tug gen­eral man­ager Andy Bar­row.

Hamiori Hi­naki won the karaoke cat­e­gory ahead of Korella Walker, with Lu­cas and Briella Alec win­ning the mi­cro­phone cat­e­gory.

Jah­mal Jum­barra and Jamer­son Lock­yer were given the nod for their danc­ing, ahead of the Chas­ing But­ter­flies team and Kyle Wil­son.

Dee­sha Cop­pin won the art cat­e­gory ahead of Tan­giora Hi­naki. Kyle Wil­son won the peo­ple’s choice award while Hamiora Hi­naki claimed the run­ner-up spot.

Judges and a big crowd watched the best young tal­ent in Roe­bourne per­form in the town’s PCYC hall . Pic­ture: Tracey He­im­berger.

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