Articles tagged with Inclusive Sport
The Shire of Toodyay with the support of Inclusion WA hosted the fifth edition of the Toodyay Inclusive Community Program in January. The event saw an impressive 700 participants involved in a range of inclusive sport and recreational activities throughout the week. Local community members ranged from 2 to 80 years of age. The community owned program delivered a whopping 1366 hours of inclusive sport and recreation to the local community in January.
The Shire of Toodyay’s Executive Support Officer, Kristee Jolly has this week been selected as a finalist in the Employee Award category of the Constable Care Child Safety Awards 2015. Kristee Jolly has been nominated by partner-organisation, Inclusion WA, for her commitment to the local residents, recreational groups and clubs within the Shire of Toodyay. The Shire of Toodyay and Inclusion WA joined forces in December 2014 in response to Toodyay having the highest rate of youth related crime in the entire Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.
The hugely successful Netball for All program has now finished for the winter. Held over six weeks, the Program encouraged people, from a range of age and ability levels, to learn the skills and basics of netball, before transitioning into a local netball club.