It has been another big fortnight for our Cats in the Community team.

Healthy Heroes

Joel Selwood, Jordan Clark and Lachie Fogarty checked in with Bell Park North Primary School last week to check in on what they had learnt during the virtual Healthy Heroes program. The players talked through all thing’s nutrition, especially in the hub, staying hydrated, the importance of physical activity and mindfulness!

Learn about the activities and the Healthy Heroes program

Bethany Superhero Competition

Not all superheroes wear capes and children across the state will explore this when they can identify and nominate their own superhero in an initiative by Bethany Community Support.

The competition invites primary aged children are invited to nominate their local hero for a take part in the Bethany Superhero Award.

When Jed, Oscar and Zach checked in with Fyans Park and Warrnambool East Primary School all three players shared that if eligible they would nominate their parents for a Bethany Superhero Award.

Entries close soon!

Nominate your superhero now

Celebrating the annual Powercor Country Festival

In the lead up to the annual Powercor Country Festival game against Essendon, we looked back to when the players took to the country for the 2020 Community Camp.

Gary Rohan, Rhys Stanley, Cameron Taheny, Sam De Koning and Blake Schlensog visited a Dairy Farm to experience a day in the life of a dairy farmer!

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Country Time for City Cats

At the beginning of the year a group of Cats players visited a Dairy Farm to experience first hand the life of a Dairy Farmer. Country Festival celebrations are presented by Powercor.

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