Cel­e­bra­tion for moth­ers

Southern Telegraph - - NEWS -

More than 150 lo­cal moth­ers, grand­moth­ers and aun­ties, to­gether with their chil­dren, en­joyed an early Mother’s Day cel­e­bra­tion in Kwinana last Tues­day.

The free event, or­gan­ised by Con­nect­ing Com­mu­nity For Kids, was open to all moth­ers, and mother fig­ures, in the lo­cal com­mu­nity for a me­morable morn­ing of com­pli­men­tary mas­sages, scrump­tious food, learn­ing new crafts and bond­ing with other moth­ers from the com­mu­nity.

The event started with a wel­come to coun­try and re­mem­brance for peo­ple who were un­able to be with loved ones this Mother’s Day.

The may­ors of the cities of Kwinana and Cock­burn at­tended, and spent time talk­ing to lo­cal mums.

“We or­gan­ised this event to de­velop a sense of com­mu­nity, as well as spoil the lo­cal mums a lit­tle,” Con­nect­ing Com­mu­nity for Kids part­ner­ship direc­tor Jane Miller said.

“Our aim was to put on a heart­warm­ing event that en­cour­aged fam­i­lies to spend well-de­served time to­gether to re­lax, re­con­nect and en­joy a beau­ti­ful morn­ing.”

Lo­cal mum Bonnie and her two chil­dren at the Mother’s Day cel­e­bra­tion.

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