Medowie Sports and Business centre host open day to showcase new facilities

Councillor Sarah Smith, on hand to draw the prize winner for a cruise to Melbourne.
Councillor Sarah Smith, on hand to draw the prize winner for a cruise to Melbourne.

 

MEDOWIE Sports and Business Centre threw open their doors and hosted a family fun day to draw their recent competition winner in a way that involved the whole community.

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Special guests included Councillor Sarah Smith, who officially opened the morning, and spoke about how impressed she has been with the improvements at the centre, and what is still to come in the future.

Sarah also tried out the newly refurbished squash courts with her son, before drawing the raffle competition.

The raffle competition has been running in the businesses within the Medowie Sports and Business Centre for some time, with the lucky local winner Lyn Picton taking away a P&O cruise to Melbourne for five nights, including tickets to the Australian Open whilst in Melbourne.

Kylie Smiley, marketing manager for the centre, told News Of The Area, “A successful event to celebrate some of the things we offer individuals and families in the Medowie Sports and Business Centre, with our resident Cafe providing delicious morning tea and hot barista coffee, the 24hr PlusFitness Gym fitness class display, Pollet’s Martial arts champions showing us there skillful moves and Medowie Gymnastics providing a fun environment for children to explore.”

“Our home biz chrissy mini market was a hit, face painting was very popular, and to top off the morning, the jolly man himself, Santa, visited with goodies and giveaways for very happy children.”

“It was lovely to see families getting together to enjoy a game of table tennis too, and we even spotted Councillor Sarah Smith taking off her heels to play a fierce game of Racquetball with her son.”

“A terrific morning embracing fun and community,” she said.

 

By Rachael VAUGHAN

 

Councillor Sarah Smith, and Centre Manager Steve Bentley welcomed the crowd and spoke about what the facility is bringing to Medowie.
Councillor Sarah Smith, and Centre Manager Steve Bentley welcomed the crowd and spoke about what the facility is bringing to Medowie.

 

The Jolly man in a red suit gave out lolly bags, backpacks and hats to excited children.
The Jolly man in a red suit gave out lolly bags, backpacks and hats to excited children.

 

Jan Noake made sure the face painting was a family affair.
Jan Noake made sure the face painting was a family affair.

 

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