Logan City Council opens door to future KRANK providers

LOGAN City Council is seeking providers to deliver future school holiday activities to children and teens as part of the KRANK program.

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS: Representatives from the Australian Skateboarding Community Initiative with young people from Logan taking part in a KRANK school holiday activity.

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS: Representatives from the Australian Skateboarding Community Initiative with young people from Logan taking part in a KRANK school holiday activity.

Providers will be required to conduct activities over school holiday periods during 2020/2021.

Applications are open and will close on December 6 this year.

KRANK is a free or low-cost school holiday program, suitable for young people in Logan, aged five to 17.

The council will host an information session for interested potential providers to provide details on the program and explain the application process.

It will run on Friday, November 15, from 10am to 12pm at Logan City Council's Administration Centre at 150 Wembley Road.

To register attendance for the information session email livewelllogan@logan.qld.gov.au and find application details and more information on Logan City Council's website.

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