Maryborough youth gathered at Princes Park on Monday for a life changing mentoring work- shop led by former AFL star Scott Watters.
The workshop was the second of six included in the nine month LifeChanger Foundation program which kicked off for the first time in Maryborough this year.
Nearly 50 participants attended the program’s first workshop in May, and this week saw two sessions, aimed at 11 to 12 year olds and 13 to 15 year olds, focus on nutrition and healthy living.
Former AFL footballer Trent Dennis Lane and LifeChanger co- founder and Iron Man Trevor Hendy attended the sessions to mentor participants.
CEO and LifeChanger co-founder Mr Watters also attended this week’s sessions and said the program is made up of five “key pillars”; life skills, health, com- munity, self and passion, purpose and pathway.
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