Footy colours on Blue Light Disco dance floor

The Tatura Guardian - - News -

Footy fever was alive and well at last Fri­day night’s Blue Light Disco.

Kids from all around the Tatura area donned their footy colours as they danced the night away at Vic­tory Hall.

Tatura po­lice Sergeant Dar­ryl Phillips said the disco was an op­por­tu­nity for chil­dren to get to know their lo­cal po­lice.

‘‘It’s been go­ing since 2002, it’s just a unique en­ter­tain­ment ac­tiv­ity for chil­dren,’’ he said.

‘‘Num­bers have been down lately so we need peo­ple to get on board to keep it vi­able.’’

The next Tatura Blue Light Disco will be held on Fri­day, Novem­ber 3 at Vic­tory Hall from 6 pm to 9 pm.

Chil­dren are en­cour­aged to dress up in Hal­loween theme, with en­try to the disco cost­ing $7 per per­son.

Right: Heather Price, Jactina Stone, Michelle Stone, Tif­fany Stone, vol­un­teer Bev Roberts, St Vin­cent de Paul’s Bryan Miller and Su­san Trevaskis. They’ve got the moves: Sergeant Dar­ryl Phillips, Se­nior Con­sta­ble Julie Haigh and Se­nior Con­sta­ble Peter...

Light show: Rogue Macreadie, 12 and Jor­dan Skin­ner, 13 made sure ev­ery­one was bright and glow­ing.

Hav­ing fun: Owen Terry, 8, Ruby Har­man, 7, El­liana Gray, 8 and Mia Lyons, 7 wore their colours with pride.

Break danc­ing: Melissa Lyons, 10, Darcee McNiel, 9, Maddi McNiel, 10 and Ge­or­gia Ibbs, 9 took a break from the dance floor.

Left: Holli McNiel, Evie Har­man, Jemma Archer and An­naliese Gray, all six years old, en­joyed time to­gether.

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