RUOK? meets food trucks
TECHNICAL difficulties didn’t stop young and old alike from a fun-filled Friday afternoon, as Food Truck Fridays headed to the PCYC.
In conjunction with Thursday’s R U OK? Day, an open air concert, jumping castle, activities and food meant there was something for everyone at the event.
Not even a broken arm could dampen the spirits of Loralei Cross, who was at the event with her sister Dimity and her parents.
As part of the event, Susie Klein from AIM High Counselling ran a facepainting and stenciling booth.
“It’s about getting the kids involved and expressing their artistic selves,” she said.
Mallita Wolf said she loved how art helped her project herself.
“It’s a really great program that Susie runs and it’s really cool that we can be here and put smiles on faces.”
ALL SMILES: Dimity and Loralei Cross.
Charlie and Cooper Rogers with Naomi Pilkington.
Mallita Wolf perfects her stencilling on Susie Klein.
Bonnie and Amie Clarke.
Eaden and Ed Pavia.
Glen and Archer Morton with Duncan Rogers.
Ray Howson, Ken Beitz and Geoff McMullen.
Libby Davis enjoys her Friday afternoon ice cream.
Dahnika Bentley, Teri Radunz, Angela and Matilda Redding.