Boys get a taste of physical culture

After the popularity of classes in 2006, Summerland Physical Culture Club is back in 2007 and offering classes for boys.

Physical Culture is a combination of aerobics, ballet, jazz ballet, marching and deportment, all performed to music. It gives young girls (and now boys) a chance to have a bit of fun, meet new friends and improve their confidence.

The Summerland Physical Culture Club was started last year by Jessica Mackney of Casino and several members went to Sydney to represent the Far North Coast in the national championships.

Last year was the clubs first year and it was a very exciting one, said 17-year-old Jessica. Physical Culture is great for the child that might need a little more self-confidence or who is too quiet to go out there and mix easily.

Jessica teaches all ages from preschool right through to ladies classes but this year boys aged between five and 12 will also get a look in.

Summerland Physical Culture Club is having sign on days in Casino at the St Marks Hall in Barker Street on February 13 between 4-6pm, and at Wollongbar Community Hall on February 14, between 4.30-6.30pm.

Come along and have a chat to Jessica about this fun, physical activity or phone her for more details on 6662 4340.


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