Youth service celebrates new digs 

Chrystie Flint, Ian Clarke and Vernice (Michael Roberts)

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THE Albany Youth Services Association (AYSA) have moved into new premises on Sanford Road, with the finishing touches completed on a one-stop-shop for its outreach programs. 

About a year ago the group was forced to pack up shop at its headquarters on Prior Street after co-tenants Comet Care School grew too big for the building to accommodate both organisations.

It meant AYSA had to look for an alternative venue to house its Outreach and Open Access programs, with 4 Sanford Road eventually leased and renovated.

The new headquarters gives AYSA a dedicated centre to run its outreach services and the capacity to further expand and develop new programs.

Open Access supports aspiring young artists and young people to get involved in arts activities, including music, multimedia, painting and urban art.

 Great Southern Live was at the official opening on Thursday to snap a few pics. 

 

 

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