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Put on your capes, Superhero Saturday is coming soon

Jordan Rylkiewicz, Hannah Walker and Jackson Rykiewicz at the Cape making day at Centro Tweed.
Jordan Rylkiewicz, Hannah Walker and Jackson Rykiewicz at the Cape making day at Centro Tweed. John Gass

HERE is a call out to all potential Superheros.

Superhero Saturday is a fun and exciting orienteering style event for the whole family, where children team up with adult family members and friends to complete fun checkpoint challenges and games.

The event starts at 9am at Jack Evans Boat Harbour on September the 7th so come dressed in your best superhero costumes.

They can be as simple or as elaborate as you like, and there will be lots of great prizes including a major prize draw.

Superhero Saturday is the Family Centre's major fundraising event to help raise funds to support their work in local primary schools.

Melissa Scott of the Family centre said, "Last year was amazing the families had so much fun. I think the adults had more fun than the children."

"This year is going to be so much bigger with massive rides and different challenges," she said.

When asked what superhero she would like to be she replied, "Catwoman."

Hannah Walker,10, said, "I really, really, really want to be a superhero and my favourite superhero is Wonder Woman."

Not to be outdone by Hannah, Jordan Rylkiewicz ,10, said he thought Ben, 10, was a real boy living on Earth.

"I want to be Superman," he said with a cheeky smile.

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