Seven year olds Fiona Whalan, April Smith and Tahlia Carpenter are all smiles after competing at the State finals.
Seven year olds Fiona Whalan, April Smith and Tahlia Carpenter are all smiles after competing at the State finals.

Getting physical



BONVILLE Physical Culture Club members are looking forward to another successful year with classes commencing in mid February.

Classes will be held at the Boambee Primary School Hall in Lindsays Road, Boambee and are available to any girl aged from four years to women's, with girls in classes according to their age.

Physi, as it is affectionately known, combines marching, deportment, exercise and dance, into a routine that is gradually taught from mid February until late October.

It is a great way to meet new friends and improve posture, co-ordination and concentration.

So, if you are interested in joining a friendly and happy club 50, enquiries are welcome by telephoning Lynne on 6652 6435 or Trish on 6652 2007 or 0427 123 584.



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