RUOK? meets food trucks

The Western Star - - Life -

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.”

PHO­TOS: ELLEN RANS­LEY

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.

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