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15 Jun 2020
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On-demand commuter bus service stops abruptly
Council resists campaign for soap in public toilets
Keep coral trees, says shade tree group
Ownership mistake discovered
Registered clubs re-open to limited numbers of patrons
Her own teeth, a sense of humour and an able body
Landcare group seeks answers about damaged trees
Parking meters removed from implementation plan
Proposed swimming pool removal prompts action
Hardy's Bay hall re-roofed
Closing date extended for comment on facilities policy
'Play space' strategy online soon
Library offers select and collect service
Economic strategy to be open for public comment
Holstein elected to fire management committees
Local picnic spots miss out on Council listing
Safety concerns recorded for Peninsula schools
John Della Bosca honoured for service to public health
Friendship led to career seeking social justice
Peninsula more vulnerable than average to job losses
Check for unclaimed money, says Crouch
Council and national park campsites reopen
Umina PCYC plans to resume classes
Coronavirus puts damper on 70th birthday celebrations
Designs wanted
Peninsula records low rainfall in wettest month
Mutu St upgrade was needed
Exhaust all public transport and current parking options
Council's parking essay must make us all tremble
Planning Statement raises two queries
Issues keep circulating on planner merry-go-round
Planning vacuum fails to consider flooding
Principal asks that children wear helmets
Woy Woy school is yet to reopen to parents and carers
New plan for Year 5 opportunity class
Digital scoreboard installed at Woy Woy oval
Roosters expect to field three teams this season
Netball association frustrated by lack of clear guidelines
Charity bowls expected to resume soon
Leisure Centre re-opens for exercise
Pretty Beach tennis court reopens
Real estate interest led to local development

Umina PCYC plans to resume classes

Umina PCYC is planning to resume classes for a number of different sports this week.

Club manager Mr Paul Sharpe said classes would include gymnastics, boxing, strength and conditioning, and archery.

The classes will be altered to maintain restrictions on social distancing.

Mr Sharpe said that the gymnastic classes would involve half their usual activities, avoiding the ones that involve contact, such as tumbling.

All boxing classes will be non-contact, with no sparring.

The PCYC started a Fit For Life program last week.

Mr Sharpe said this was an early intervention program that incorporated physical fitness, nutrition and social engagement, developed with local communities targeting at risk youth aged 10 to 17 to improve their overall wellbeing, as well as local police-indigenous relations.

Mr Sharpe said he was looking forward to recommencing the services of Umina PCYC for all their members.

"We're here trying to provide an essential service," he said.

"Our service here is to keep kids off the street and so our biggest thing is opening up our doors."

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