Al­coa vol­lies roll up to cir­cus

Southern Telegraph - - News -

Cir­cusWA was given a help­ing hand when Al­coa Kwinana Re­fin­ery em­ploy­ees vol­un­teered their time at The Big Top in Fre­man­tle re­cently.

The Kwinana Re­fin­ery vol­un­teers re­lo­cated gates to se­cure the rear ac­cess to the Big Top Tent and re­paired and moved elec­tri­cal light­ing poles.

Cir­cusWA will also re­ceive a $3000 Al­coans Com­ing To­gether in Our Neigh­bour­hoods grant.

Cir­cusWA hosts work­shops for chil­dren from re­mote and ru­ral ar­eas as well as reach­ing out to chil­dren from dis­ad­van­taged back­grounds, pro­vid­ing a safe, car­ing, in­clu­sive space for all to im­prove their health and fit­ness while hav­ing fun.

Al­coa em­ployee Adam Bobo­j­cov, who or­gan­ised the AC­TION event, said his daugh­ter had been at­tend­ing Cir­cusWA for the past five years and he had wit­nessed first­hand the many great things it had done in the com­mu­nity.

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