The crew at Mount Isa PCYC are back and have been doing some hard work to ensure their successful run continues.
Like everywhere else the organisation has faced huge setbacks due to the global pandemic, but now there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel.
Youth Club officer constable Aimee Sewell said it was exciting to be back.
"Its nice to finally be up and running after the lockdown," Constable Sewell said.
"We have been focusing on the re-opening of our gym and finishing off all our renovations as well as cleaning our little hearts out to make sure we are COVID compliant."
Constable Sewell said there was some news regarding the youth zone.
"We have put through an application to council to move the youth zone to Sunset Oval," she said.
"We thought that given it was outside and the space is huge it was not only safer but we could welcome more kids.
"Its a shame that the youth zone didn't pan out the way we wanted but its initial purpose will be continued.
"We will still bring all the equipment, provide mentoring and something to eat and are hopeful we can get this up and running in just a few weeks."
Constable Sewell also had positive news on their Blue Edge program.
"The second round of Blue Edge will be commencing on July 17 with 20 students ready to go. We received a large amount of applicants so we even had to turn away a few," she said.
"We have a great mix of kids so I'm really looking forward to that starting and the challenges we set over the ten weeks."
There has even been further sponsorship for their hard work.
"Gidgee healing is on board which is super exciting and we have been approved for a maintenance class.
"So that means that once students have finished the course they can come back once a week and continue their relationship with us.
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