Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly school holiday program is looking for clubs

GET ACTIVE: Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly program manager Matthew Jolly is calling for clubs to host clinics as part of its school holiday program. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI

GET ACTIVE: Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly program manager Matthew Jolly is calling for clubs to host clinics as part of its school holiday program. Picture: SAMANTHA CAMARRI

THE school holidays are just around the corner, which means another two weeks of the Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly’s school holiday program. 

Event organiser Matthew Jolly invited all sporting clubs to take part in a one-hour session on a weekday of their choice. 

“We have two spots locked in already but we would like any club wanting to take part in a one-hour clinic to contact me at the sports assembly,” he said. 

“It’s a great opportunity to expand a sporting clubs participation and also keeps young kids active during holidays.

“It’s a chance to get the kids out of the house and trying sports they might not have tried before.” 

Jolly said every day of the holidays were available with each clinic running from 10.30am to 11.30am. 

“The sporting club will host the day at its venue and will supply deliverers and equipment,” he said. 

“We will handle registrations, marketing and advertisement for your future events and season.” Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly members will also help out on the day. 

“We have helped almost 400 kids get active during the school holidays and many have registered as a member at the club they participated with,” Jolly said. 

Jolly said people could call him on 0403 984 165 for more information.

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