The Uniting Church has yet again out done themselves with their popular water slide.TYLA HARRINGTON January 22, 2013 4:12am
Only smiles were seen on the faces of children, when they took to the famous water slide at the Uniting Church holiday program.
The traditional slip ‘n’ slide at the Uniting Church Holiday Fun program was a hit with the children last week.
Particularly pleased were Laura Werner and Caitlyn Paul (pictured, from left), who loved sliding around on the tarp.
The annual water fun day conveniently fell on an ideal day this year, with temperatures soaring to 41.4°C on Thursday.
Organisers of the holiday program put water on the tarp followed by soapy liquid. And for some children it was impossible to stand up.
The Uniting Church program has been running for more than 10 years.
It was held at the Uniting Church hall and the Salvation Army hall, and was coordinated by Jill Hattan and the Uniting Church group.
The program offered a range of fun activities, while teaching children about the Bible.
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