The second week of the Summer Huddle Holidays had something for every participant, proudly supported by the Department of Education and Training.

Over 30 junior participants kicked off week two of the Summer Huddle Holidays, heading in the Crown Coaches bus down to Adventure Park Geelong. It was a perfect day for participants to brave the waterslides and enjoy the other 
activities on offer on a warm sunny day.

The beloved Huddle Picnic took place remotely this year with over 8 packs collected by around 30 families. The packs, crafted by Willett Marketing, included goodies for them to create the perfect picnic fun at home.

The Huddle Picnic also had online events including a performance by the talented Ed Moon, with participants and staff from The Huddle enjoying an online performance, thanks to Mushroom Group.

The Huddle Holiday festivities wrapped up with a jam-packed Athlete’s Day. 19 participants down to Avalon Airport Oval in Hertz buses, and the day started with a fitness circuit run by Invicta Performance. The senior participants tested their fitness limits, lifting weights, competing in shuttle runs and getting their heart rate up with some interval training.

Invicta Performance also ran a fruitful educational session on health and wellness, teaching participants how to fuel their body and the best exercises for optimal health.

Ending the day deliciously, participants put their chef hats on and headed to the kitchen to learn how to prepare their own Taco Bowl. Nutrionists from Invicta Performance helped the young people collaborated to get all the ingredients prepped and cooked to create their colourful and healthy dish.

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