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Never be afraid to do something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark; professionals built the titanic.

Hot Topics in this Issue •

Next LAN Party

Come and be creative with Balloons

Multicultural Youth Dance

Community Planting Program

Airbrush Tattoos

Kick, Thump & Block Self Defence

Youth services for young people aged 12 to 25

Twelve25’s Activities

Jibba Jabba

Our challenge Salisbury to Melbourne

OPAL’s Challenge

Websites of Interest

June 2011

LAN Parties are events where young people gather for a night of all sorts of games, video or otherwise. People bring their own computers or gaming consoles, all of which are linked together for heaps of multiplayer games! It’s a very friendly environment where people 14 and over can enjoy themselves in a safe and relaxed place. There are multiple tournaments held for many different games, such as Call of Duty: Black Ops, Left for Dead 2, Starcraft 2, Super Smash Brothers: Brawl and Pokémon Black and White, on all different platforms, with prizes going to the winners! Our last LAN party had over 50 attendees with the same numbers expected for the next one, although we hope to exceed that number this time! On average the people who attend are around 18 years old and are very approachable for new attendees. They are all very knowledgeable on gaming and computers so any issues which arise can be dealt with quite quickly! So come down to Twelve25 LAN in Salisbury for some competitive and casual gaming, meet new people, win some prizes and just have a good time! The next Twelve25 LAN Party will be held on the 6th of August and will go from 1PM to 11PM. There will be all sorts of food and drinks included in the price of admission which is only $10. This particular LAN Party is fancy dress themed so come in your best suit (preferably with top hat and monocle!). So if you feel like having a good time with a bunch of friendly people search “Twelve25 LAN” on Facebook or call Twelve25 on 8253 9928 and ask for Bob.






AIRBRUSH TATTOOS Twelve25 Salisbury Youth Enterprise Centre has developed and run a training program teaching a group of young (and young at heart!) participants, volunteers and staff to operate our Airbrush Kit. Initially the focus has been on Airbrush tattoo's as a popular addition to youth events across the city. To seek to have the Airbrush Team at your event please complete the expression of interest form which can be downloaded from the website at and return to Rick Henke, Twelve25 Manager. Phone Twelve25 on 82539928 or fax to 82815466 for more information.


YOUTH SERVICES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 1212-25 YEARS OLD‌ Emergency Food Parcel Project The Emergency Food Parcel Project is available for young people aged between 12 and 25 who live in the City of Salisbury council area in need of food assistance. Food Parcels are available every Thursday afternoon between 2pm and 4pm at Twelve25 Salisbury Youth Enterprise Centre. No appointment necessary.

Case Management - An appointment with a Youth Worker from Paralowie Youth Service Want someone to talk to? Do you have a problem and you are not sure what to do? Half an hour appointments can be made through Twelve25 for Monday and Tuesday afternoons between 3pm and 5pm. You can talk to a friendly Youth Worker about topics such as finding employment, housing, health or anything you need assistance with.


TWELVE25’S ACTIVITIES‌ Saturday Chill Session Looking for something to do on a Saturday? Bring your friends along to Twelve25's Chill Sessions (held once a month). A variety of fun activities on offer - basketball, computer use, eight ball (pool), jewellery making, table tennis, arts & crafts & games. Lunch provided. Ages: 12 - 25 years. Cost: FREE. Time: 11am - 3pm Venue: Twelve25, 17 Wiltshire Street Salisbury Contact: 8253 9928 for dates and info

Boxercise Are you a young person looking to get fit or keep fit? Then come along to this weekly kick boxing / group fitness circuit workout with Adam a personal instructor from Fit Fix. Social and fun for all fitness levels. Dates: Mondays (except Public Holidays) Time: 4 - 5pm Venue: Twelve25 Small Cost: $2.00


Nine young people from three Council areas, working together to create a youth lead radio show. They are just completing their training and then their radio show Jibba Jabba will air shortly. Tune into PBA FM 89.7. If you are interested in getting involved, contact Kate on 8253 9928.


As part of a new partnership with OPAL (Obesity Prevention and Lifestyle) Twelve25 has now set up a challenge: Help us bike ride from Salisbury to Melbourne! Take a ride on our exercise bike and add to our current distance, every little bit counts!




Websites of Interest Twelve25 Salisbury Youth Enterprise Centres web site where you can check out images of our programs, find out about upcoming events, book into programs and see the way the centre operates. Anglicare offer a range of services including Chaplaincy, Relationship Education, Counselling, Family Support, Out of home care, Disability and Carers services, Migrant and refugee services and more. This website helps you to work out what's okay in a family and what's not. It tells you what you can do if someone in your family is hurting or abusing you or another member of your family. The National Children's and Youth Law Centre is an independent, nonprofit organization working for children providing information& advice, advocating for children, pushing for laws concerning children's rights to be changed and more. KidsMatter aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of children, reduce mental health problems amongst children, and achieve greater support for children experiencing mental health difficulties, and their families

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