KARI held a LEAD Scholarship Reward Day to celebrate the youth within the program finishing another term at school.
The KARI LEAD Scholarship program aims to challenge the next generation of young Aboriginal leaders in our community. As they are a part of this program, they receive a mentor as well as monetary assistance to help the youth maintain focus on their goals.
Once they achieve certain goals, they are rewarded for their hard efforts through the school term.
This terms Reward Day was held at Holey Moley Putt Putt. Holey Moley is a golf course that is a multi-sensory experience, complete with a variety of different holes.
The youth who attended battled their way through the course, as they played through a hole with fallen tenpins.
Other holes on the golf course allowed players to putt putt through a ‘GhostBusters’ themed hole.
After putt putt, the group were treated to lunch at Betty’s Burgers.
KARI were glad to give the youth in the program the opportunity to relax after a grueling third term.