As the second week of school holidays creep in, PCYC Orange still have spots available to keep children entertained.
PCYC manager Jaime Wenban said they have had a steady amount of children signed up to participate in the winter holiday program.
"On average, we had around 150 children from last week with similar numbers for this week coming week," she said.
"We still have spots open for Tuesday till Friday and it's good to see the kids happy and busy.
"We've had a good age range of children from 5-years-old to 12-years-old, but mostly between the seven to nine age group."
Mrs Wenban said the most popular activities is the Mini Olympics, Zumba dance party and PJ party.
"I'm very much enjoying it and the children got quite competitive with the Olympics sports of volleyball and soccer but we will be mixing it up this week," she said.
Mrs Wenban added the children have been adhering to the social distancing measures very well.
"The kids have been fantastic at not sharing their food and keep up with washing and sanitising their hands after every meal and activity," she said.
"As we are a non-for-profit organisation, we really appreciate the support from parents and the community for their support to keep the program going."
The PCYC school holiday program costs $40 if pre-booked or $50 per day if booked during the school holidays.
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