Young and old get snappy

LISMORE Council is running a photographic project to get together Goonellabah residents aged 10-18 with those over 55. The idea of getting these two generations to work together on a creative and fun project is to build trust and better relationships and increase social inclusion and safety in the area. Details are on the council's website. Photos and stories are to be emailed to virginia.waters@lismore.nsw by Thursday, March 28. The exhibition of portraits and stories will be held in May.

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