PCYC South Burnett celebrates 10-year anniversary

Opening its doors to the South Burnett community in 2009, this year PCYC South Burnett celebrates the club’s 10-year anniversary.

Renowned for delivering inclusive youth and community programs such as BYTE NITE and Restart, the club offers a range of sporting and recreational activities, youth development programs and a gym+fitness centre now offering 24/7 access.

PCYC South Burnett branch manager Sergeant Rene Bond who has been with the club since September 2018 is proud of the club’s continued support of young people and the Murgon community for 10 years.

“The club offers a safe, welcoming space for all ages. From our gymnastics and activities like futsal, squash and judo, to our programs like RUBY, Blue Edge and Restart, we offer ways for the community to connect, and provide mentors including police officers to positively impact young people,” said Sergeant Bond.

“Delivering programs for the Murgon community with support from local community organisations, local schools and Education Queensland helps us to encourage engagement, social cohesion, healthy and active lifestyles as well as empowering young people to make positive life choices,” she said.

“Celebrating our 10-year anniversary is a wonderful achievement. The club has continued to adapt to the changing needs of the community and plays a vital role in the lives of many young people and their families in the South Burnett region.”