Thank you to Amanda Watts of the Courier Mail for this feature in the Q Weekend Magazine about Sandy and TRACTION. Click HERE or the image below to read the article.
Thanks to the Jimboomba Times for reporting on the 1st of 3 Bike Build workshops at Yarrabilba.
This article about TRACTION's upcoming one-day bicycle workshops at Yarrabilba featured yesterday in the Albert & Logan News.
TRACTION will deliver 3 workshops in the Yarrabilba community in 2018. The workshops are supported by Lend Lease and Bendigo Bank, will provide an experience that young people will never forget and:
The first workshop is Friday 23rd February.
TRACTION Mentors facilitate each workshop and provide technical assistance and participants are also supported by community volunteers who provide positive role-modelling.
The workshops are perfect for those interested in learning more about bicycle mechanics and maintenance. Participants will disassemble, re-assemble and quality-check a bicycle (second-hand, donated by the community) and get to keep the bicycle at the end of the day.
Bookings are essential. For details visit:
Event webpage: Click HERE
Facebook: Click HERE
Thank you to the Redland City Bulletin for featuring this story about the LIONS Club of Capalaba's support for TRACTION. Thanks to President Jan for leading the charge! Click HERE to see the online version.
Heartfelt thanks to the crew at Channel 7's The Great Day Out for featuring this story about TRACTION on the show last night.
It's a privilege, a lot of fun and plenty of learning being part of the TRACTION team, and support that helps get the word out about what we're doing to help empower young people in need is fantastic.
Click on the image below to watch the show on YouTube, or click here to see and share the Facebook version
Click here to see the short, promo version.
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Thank you to the University of Queensland for featuring TRACTION in this article by Robert Burgin. CLICK HERE to read the full story.
About 150 people have helped to raise more than $30,000 for the community program TRACTION.
See full story below, which appeared in the Redland City Bulletin on 9th November.