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Celebrating Youth Week

The Assemblage Sisters love  Community A Fair at Addi Road.  It is a great way for people to access a variety of service providers.  DSA Employment Solutions, Headspace, Youth of the Street, the ATO, the Ethnic Community Services Co-operative, and Community and Cultural Connections, to name a few.

This month  Live at the Fair featured an open stage.  The young people performing were so talented. Addi Road and Youth Off The Street ran the BBQ.

Assemblage Sisters ran a collaborative canvas. We began in the sunshine but had to retreat to the hall when the rain came down.  It was a great day all round.


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