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Nothing beats an Easter cupcake

Jerramungup kids enjoyed decorating cupcakes with the help of some furry helpers. (Supplied)

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CUPCAKE decorating with an Easter twist was on the cards for kids in Jerramungup who enjoyed an afternoon of yummy treats and crafts.

The Jerramungup Community Resource Centre holds fortnightly afterschool activates for all school-aged children, with food a particular theme in their activities.

Their latest food creation was the decoration of cupcakes, which featured an array of chocolate eggs to celebrate the Easter holidays.

JCRC Community Engagement Officer Fiona Murray said the kids had a fun time decorating the cakes with their friends.

“The children enjoyed making their cupcakes and showing each other what they have created, and many enjoyed eating the lollies,” she said.

These activities the JCRC host are funded by the Department of Communities and the Families and Communities Programme, and Ms Murray said the program helps them to work with families.

“The JCRC will be continuing to work with families to help educate children and families on healthy eating habits and to keep mentally and physically healthy through social networks and connecting with the community.”

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