Footy colours on Blue Light Disco dance floor

September 12, 2017

Melissa Lyons, 10, Darcee McNiel, 9, Maddi McNiel, 10, Georgia Ibbs, 9 took a break from the dance floor.

Holli McNiel, Evie Harman, Jemma Archer, Annaliese Gray, all six years old, enjoyed time together.

Blue Light Disco committee volunteer treasurer Hannah Brady and volunteer president Sharlene Macreadie welcome disco-goers.

Sergeant Darryl Phillips, Senior Constable Julie Haigh and Senior Constable Peter Aitken with some of the disco's keen dancers.

Rogue Macreadie, 12 and Jordan Skinner, 13 made sure everyone was bright and glowing.

Owen Terry, 8, Ruby Harman, 7, Elliana Gray, 8, Mia Lyons, 7 wore their colours with pride.

Footy fever was alive and well at last Friday night’s Blue Light Disco.

Kids from all around the Tatura area donned their footy colours as they danced the night away at Victory Hall.

Tatura police Sergeant Darryl Phillips said the disco was an opportunity for children to get to know their local police.

‘‘It’s been going since 2002, it’s just a unique entertainment activity for children,’’ he said.

‘‘Numbers have been down lately so we need people to get on board to keep it viable.’’

The next Tatura Blue Light Disco will be held on Friday, November 3 at Victory Hall from 6pm to 9pm.

Children are encouraged to dress up in Halloween theme, with entry to the disco costing $7 per person.

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