BULAHDELAH School of Arts Hall was rocking with dozens of excited children who danced the night away at the Blue Light Disco last week.
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Flashing lights and glow sticks lit up the faces of the youngsters during the fun-filled event, illuminating a mass of beaming smiles.
As non-stop music including blaring renditions of the Macarena and Katy Perry’s popular hits roared around the hall, the energetic crowd bopped along on the dancefloor in almost perfect formation.
The event was organised and funded by the Bulahdelah Blue Light Committee, with plenty of volunteers on hand to ensure the children enjoyed the night.
Committee member Senior Constable Ash Ray said the “kids had a ball”.
“We are very happy with the turnout and the great atmosphere that was created by the community,” he said.
“It is fantastic that people of all ages are doing something for the kids and come and support these nights.”
If the success of the disco is anything to go by, the Community Fun Day to be held on Saturday 28 April is sure to be a treat.
Competitions, displays and a host of interactive activities suitable for all ages are bound to delight.
Ash said although the day will be a Blue Light organised activity, “it is a community event where everyone gets involved”.
The Community Day will run from 1-4pm in Wade Park.
By Daniel SAHYOUN