Richard Broomhead from Rotary Club of Townsville presenting the Project Booyah team with a cheque for $1000. If you would like to support Project Booyah Townsville please contact us via the contacts tab.
The second intake of young men for Townsville attended Echo Creek situated on a 240 acre cattle property located in heart of the Tully Valley. It was here they spent 3 days experiencing team building activities, white water rafting, raft building, low ropes and rock climbing.
June 2015 saw 8 young ladies graduate their 20 week course with Project Booyah. All participants successfully completed a certificate II in Hospitality from Tafe NQ. Components included coffee making, hygiene, responsible service of alcohol and gaming.
Joe Calvaressi from Fasta Pasta Cannon Park showing his support by having participants completing work experience at his restaurant. The participants need to complete 12 practical services to gain their Certificate II in Hospitality. If you would like to support Project Booyah Townsville participants with work experience please contact the team on 0419026027.
Project Booyah participants cooking up a storm at the Queensland Country Credit Union open day.
The first intake of young ladies got down and dirty completing team building activities like the obstacle course pictured. It was here they tested their physical strength and determination using their camaraderie to finish.
Arron Bowman pictured with Project Booyah participants and Store Manager Jacent Stanbrook from Woolworths Upper Ross. Woolworths Upper Ross have generously provided lunch to participants on a weekly basis since the commencement of the program in 2014.