Father Chris Riley and Bourke Outreach leader Adam McLean catch up at the barbecue Photo: TWH
A convoy from Youth Off the Streets rolled into Bourke on Thursday, led by a huge converted B Double truck converted into a mobile disco and games room.
The trip was a chance for Youth Off the Streets team members to catch up with their local youth leader Adam McLean and the youngsters of Bourke.
Ten vans carrying youth leaders from as far afield as Bankstown the Illawarra and Sydney headed to Bourke with Youth off the Streets founder Father Chris Riley accompanying them.
A huge crowd turned up at Central Park to enjoy a barbecue, video games, cards, a dance off and a chance to connect to the youth workers.
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