Youth hub turns on a ban­quet

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS - Shane Ni­chols

GOSH there was a lot of food. Sump­tu­ous food.

The good folk who run the Moss­man Youth Ser­vices drop-in cen­tre on Mill St, Moss­man, turned on a won­der­ful Christ­mas Lunch for the young peo­ple who fre­quent the cen­tre dur­ing the year.

Sara Harris, Roberto, and An­gelique Pat­ter­son put on a fab­u­lous feast for 40 young peo­ple, us­ing the new kitchen in­stalled by NQ Homes.

Ba­si­cally, it was the works , as re­quested by the clien­tele them­selves. Roast turkey, crumbed chicken, prawns, lots of veg­eta­bles, rice, pota­toes in three dif­fer­ent ways, skew­ered meats, cran­berry sauce, gravy, and more, with plenty of soft drink, bon bons and party hats.

It was good to be there. The doors were sup­posed to open at 1 pm but the kids had been there since 9 am.

As ever, cen­tre man­ager Sara took it all in her stride. She made a point of thank­ing the Port Dou­glas Restora­tion So­ci­ety, John Anich, Steven Berndt, Aus­tralian Muster Ex­pe­ri­ence, and Live Life Phar­macy for help­ing fund the feast.

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