The halls of the Belconnen Community Centre will be a little quieter in 2019 as we say farewell to one of our long-time participants Ben, who is leaving Canberra for a new home.
Ben could usually be spotted around the Centre in a super hero costume, practicing martial arts or sitting with his friends watching Power Rangers episodes.
Ben said “I’ve made a lot of friends here. The memories I have here are great of all of you”.
One of his favourite memories was of the 2018 Winter Ball, where he gave a dance performance as the Red Power Ranger.
He said “becoming King at the ball was an experience I’ll never forget”.
Ben is sure to be missed around the Centre and Belconnen Community Service wishes him all the best for the future.
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