LAST November, eight girls from the Nambucca Valley physical culture club (physie girls) took time out of their day to make some very special people happy.
The physie girls put on an enthusiastic and exciting dancing performance for the residents of Riverside Gardens aged care facility, with their performances ranging from short to long routines. The small group of performers varied in ages and had a great time.
“We had had an amazing time performing for the residents, it was fun and a huge excitement to see these locals excited to see us perform,” they said.
“It was an amazing opportunity and such a pleasure to see these locals happy and smiling.”
At the conclusion of the event, the majority of the audience members congratulated the girls, and there were more than a few asking them to come back next year. Which the girls replied to with a big “Yes.”
“We would like to thank riverside gardens for letting a small part of Nambucca Valley physie perform for the residents and to the eight amazing girls that went along.”
The group of keen performers was made up of Tayja Steele, Annalese Holladay, Roxanne Hall, Ellle Holladay, Aziah Steele, Lily Kelsey, Lili Miles and Mia Kelsey.