Hundreds throng to Butler Bonanza


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Hundreds throng to Butler Bonanza
Hundreds throng to Butler Bonanza
Hundreds throng to Butler Bonanza
Hundreds throng to Butler Bonanza
Hundreds throng to Butler Bonanza
Hundreds throng to Butler Bonanza
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ABOUT 700 people attended the annual Butler Bonanza at Kingsbridge Reserve on January 20.

The free youth event, hosted by the City of Wanneroo, saw youngsters take part in a range of sport and recreational activities, including The Game Vault, cultural and hip hop dance performances, football, soccer and basketball.

Freestyle Now ran a skate, scooter and BMX competition with 70 competitors and winners included Karee Furneyuall in the girls’ scooter category, Jiordan Giacoppo in open scooter, Tyla D’Arcy in open skateboard and Luke Tooze in open BMX.

There was also a bouncy castle, sumo suits, free barbecue and modelling stage performance.