Youth hub turns on a banquet
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.