March promotes Choose Respect to community

South Western Times
The Top Jazz Ballet dance group joined in the Choose Respect march.
Camera IconThe Top Jazz Ballet dance group joined in the Choose Respect march.

The community marched from the Stirling Street Arts Centre on Australia Day to promote the Choose Respect message, led by Bunbury MLA John Castrilli and Mayor Gary Brennan.

The march finished at the Graham Bricknell Memorial Music Shell with entertainment by Harry Targett and Top Jazz Ballet.

Photos from the rally:

Kasinda Allen, 7, and Sharhni Ridings, 6, both of Eaton.
Camera IconKasinda Allen, 7, and Sharhni Ridings, 6, both of Eaton.
Daniel and Natalie Treasure, of Bunbury, and their children Ava, 8, Jazmin, 11, and Dexter, 4.
Camera IconDaniel and Natalie Treasure, of Bunbury, and their children Ava, 8, Jazmin, 11, and Dexter, 4.
Ella McDonald, 10, of Australind and Gemelia Fiori, 9, of Bunbury.
Camera IconElla McDonald, 10, of Australind and Gemelia Fiori, 9, of Bunbury.
Beth Gault, of Bunbury, and her children Lucy, 5, and Amelia, 2.
Camera IconBeth Gault, of Bunbury, and her children Lucy, 5, and Amelia, 2.
Sgt Peter Morrisey, Bunbury MLA John Castrilli, Mayor Gary Brennan and Carey Park Primary School principal Peter Rigden.
Camera IconSgt Peter Morrisey, Bunbury MLA John Castrilli, Mayor Gary Brennan and Carey Park Primary School principal Peter Rigden.
Suzie, Poppy, 6, and Phillip Bell, of Bunbury.
Camera IconSuzie, Poppy, 6, and Phillip Bell, of Bunbury.
Olivia Champion, Sophie Donovan, Naomi Bentley and Chelsea Peerless, all from Top Jazz Ballet.
Camera IconOlivia Champion, Sophie Donovan, Naomi Bentley and Chelsea Peerless, all from Top Jazz Ballet. Credit: Chloerissa Eadie / South Western Times
Karen McKight, Priscilla and Lola Waddell, 9, all of Bunbury.
Camera IconKaren McKight, Priscilla and Lola Waddell, 9, all of Bunbury.
Carol Skeet, of Bunbury, and Cr Murray Cook.
Camera IconCarol Skeet, of Bunbury, and Cr Murray Cook.
Harry Targett entertains the crowd alongside Top Jazz Ballet dancers.
Camera IconHarry Targett entertains the crowd alongside Top Jazz Ballet dancers.

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