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Kids return to playgroup

Briana FioreHarvey-Waroona Reporter
It was rainbow day at Harvey Playgroup last week.
Camera IconIt was rainbow day at Harvey Playgroup last week.

Toddlers in Harvey put on their rainbow clothes and skipped into playgroup last week to celebrate diversity and inclusivity.

It was the first playgroup session back since COVID-19 put a halt to all social gatherings.

President Brooke Bovey said it was fantastic to get together again after the long break.

She encouraged other parents to come along and said the mental health and well being of the parents was a priority.

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“It is a place where everyone is welcome,” Mrs Bovey said.

“There is absolutely no judgment here.”

Playgroup is held at the Harvey RSL Hall from 9am to 11am on Thursdays.

Ryley Tai-Rakena and Van Bovey, both 4, are excited to be back at playgroup.
Camera IconRyley Tai-Rakena and Van Bovey, both 4, are excited to be back at playgroup. Credit: Briana Fiore/Briana Fiore
Jasmine Taylor, 2, playing with a train at playgroup.
Camera IconJasmine Taylor, 2, playing with a train at playgroup.

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It was rainbow day at Harvey Playgroup last week.
Camera IconIt was rainbow day at Harvey Playgroup last week.
Finnabhair Reid, 9 months and her sister Heather, 2, play in the sandpit.
Camera IconFinnabhair Reid, 9 months and her sister Heather, 2, play in the sandpit. Credit: Pictures: Briana Fiore

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