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30 Mar 2014 - 03:15:26

Dinner Event To Support Beaverton Pal Programs For Kids

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It also serves to strengthen the relationship between law enforcement and children and teens in the community. Pal programs include baking classes, dance classes, a fitness club, a chess club and Olympic style boxing. The activities center includes a game room, computer lab and a gym. The dinner and auction will be at the Tiger Woods Center on the Nike Campus, 1 Bowerman Drive, Beaverton. The event runs from 5:30 p.m.
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Helping indigenous kids ... boots and all

boots and all National AFL News Age Footy Boots For Kids campaign The Age Boots for Kids program kicked off on Wednesday, with the help of Olympic champion Cathy Freeman and Hawthorn football star Shaun Burgoyne. People with used football boots are being encouraged to drop them in collection boxes at Coles stores, from where they will be cleaned and donated to children in remote indigenous communities in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. Indigenous AFL star Burgoyne said his experience in indigenous communities had taught him that this type of program could have a strong impact. ''They might just throw them away, but with this you can come down to Coles, chuck them in the box and they'll get shipped out to people in communities that really need them. ''It's just giving something back. I'll be going home to get all my spare boots and dropping them off tomorrow.'' Freeman added: ''I think it will have an impact on indigenous families and kids in those far-flung regions of Australia, because they'll realise that giants like Coles are open-hearted and wanting to make a difference in their lives.'' Giving something to kids and keeping them connected to community and education is behind The Age's Boots for Kids campaign. The footy boots will go to indigenous kids in remote communities in Arnhem Land, the Pilbara and the red centre. Linfox trucks will transport them to remote communities.
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PT3M26S 620 349 July 18, 2013 Leon Davis backs Boots For Kids To participate in Footy Boots for Kids: donate your kids' footy boots at the end of their junior season by dropping them into boxes in Coles supermarkets. Junior Shandley could knock a can off a fence post from toddler girl cowboy boots 30 metres with a drop punt. If he was asked. Click for more photos Boots and all Aboriginal children playing AFL at The Gunbalanya School. From next Wednesday, special collection bins will be in every Coles supermarket in Victoria so they can be taken to remote communities in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. Photo: Pat Scala View all 19 photos Junior is only in year 6 but he can make a football do what he wants it to. Mostly he wants it to hit the chest of his school mates or squeeze between the saplings that pass for posts in the yard of Bayulu Remote Community School outside Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia.
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Up there, Junior, boots are our goal

Aboriginal children playing AFL at The Gunbalanya School. From next Wednesday, special collection bins will be in every Coles supermarket in Victoria so they can be taken to remote communities in the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

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Be prepared to come with some paperwork. Photo By Craig Hlavaty/Houston Chronicle Clutches galore in the rodeo lost and found. The rodeo staff will look for IDs and credit cards to find contact info for the owners. Photo By Craig Hlavaty/Houston Chronicle An expensive camera lens was found a days back. Photo By Craig Hlavaty/Houston Chronicle Lost and found has found your Nemo toy. Someone must have spent a lot of carnival tickets to score this fish. Photo By Craig Hlavaty/Houston Chronicle A cowboy isn't a cowboy with a cowboy hat...
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