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Buoyed again

13 May 2013

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The Boyd Community Centre again threw its doors open last month, inviting all locals to partake in its second Buoyed @ Boyd community event.

A good crowd of people filtered through the centre, enjoying a range of activities such as face-painting, bedtime stories and a silent disco.

City of Melbourne councillor Richard Foster said the community response to the Buoyed @ Boyd program had been very encouraging.

“We believe 150 people visited Boyd throughout the evening and participated in a range of family-friendly activities,” Cr Foster said.

“It was a great opportunity for Boyd staff to chat with families about the services the City of Melbourne offers and we’re really looking forward to the next Buoyed @ Boyd event in June.”

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