108 Years of Neighbours Creating Communities
I like to draw. I love my community. I love life.
My poster means respect. I learn to respect others at Cecil Community Centre.
My poster means the centre is welcoming people. I like my neighbourhood centre because I can learn new things.
I like my neighbourhood centre because I can learn. I like rainbows and the centre is colourful too.
I like Cecil Community Centre because I get homework help. For my poster I picked yellow because it is a happy colour and I have fun here. I like the centre because we go on trips.
I came here and made friends. I didn't have friends if I didn't come here. It is a poster about me and my friends.
I drew some people from the community and the flashing lights that we cross to go to the park. There are cupcakes. My poster means friendship and all my friends are going to Cecil.
I like coming to Cecil Community Centre to play, try experiments. I wrote Cecil Community Centre in the middle and then I wrote in the corners what it represents.
My poster means growth, happiness and togetherness. Everything that the Sunday program represents.
I saw a lot of people having fun, having BBQ and having a great day, having a great time with the animals. I wish the whole city could have fun and enjoy these animals.
The reason I drew this image is because I play piano everyday here. My poster means you can come here to Cecil to practice piano whenever the centre is open.
I like to play here.