Busyfeet Melton has just been announced the Winner of the Victorian Sustainability Award in the category of Social Well Being. Congratulations Annette Butterworth for initiating the BusyFeet in Melton and thank you to all of the amazing volunteers who make this program possible and to Rotary Caroline Springs for their support of the program that allows the special children to enjoy this wonderful program each week. You can watch the announcement here: https://fb.watch/9JEIg6Ktz0/

What is BusyFeet do I hear you ask?
BusyFeet is a dance and movement activity for children with intellectual and physical disabilities, aged 6 to16 years. The participants experience happiness, and develop more self confidence, through the movement of dance. 
BusyFeet was started by Lin Hughes (dec.) at Rotary Chadstone/East Malvern. Since inception in 2011, the program has since grown and has been adopted by Rotary Caroline Springs who run BusyFeet Melton, Rotary Brighton North have BusyFeet Bayside, Rotary Canterbury and Rotary Camberwell have BusyFeet Boroondara and BusyFeet Glenallen, and Rotary Deniliquin have BusyFeet Deniliquin. And watch this space for Rotary Werribee who are also starting up BusyFeet quite possibly in Williamstown.