See if we snapped you at one of the var­i­ous Youth Week events:

Stanthorpe Border Post - - FRONT PAGE -

YOUTH Week 2018 and Stan­thorpe was full of fun ac­tiv­i­ties.

The event kicked off on April 6 with Park Beats while last week was jam packed with ev­ery­thing from pot­tery at the art gallery to hang­ing out at the Youth Cen­tre with the Gran­ite Belt Abo­rig­i­nal and Tor­res Strait Is­land Cor­po­ra­tion for a day of dance, art and hip hop.

There was even an event for jug­gling.

The week ded­i­cated to the Gran­ite Belt’s young was per­fectly timed to be held dur­ing the school hol­i­days.

One or­gan­iser Texas De Vries said he wanted to see more events like these more of­ten in Stan­thorpe.

Take a look at some of the kids who showed up to cel­e­brate Youth Week on the Gran­ite Belt in 2018.

Don’t for­get you can buy pho­to­graphs on­line or from our of­fice.


YOUTH FUN: Milly Watts and Bella Parker with jug­gling teacher An­nie Mitchell.

Shayeleigh McKen­zie and Min­nie Ling Goold.

San­cha Macpher­son, Philippa Ham­ble­ton and Amanda Watts.

Bri­die Brunk­horst and Ella McGlashan.

Clancy Mon­cada and Travis Wat­son.

Harper Ling Goold and Henry Brunk­horst.

Dex­ter Wag­ner, Madi­son Fos­ter, Lind­sey Fos­ter with their art.

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