Some children may be heading back to school for a rest after a packed holiday program at a West Albury centre.
Westside Community Centre has been hosting activities such as science experiments, gymnastics, cooking and arts and crafts for up to 50 participants each day.
Thurgoona Men's Shed members brought along tools, materials and expertise on Thursday so the youngsters could make three billy carts.
Centre manager Tracy Zani, one of the co-ordinators along with Stacey Franklin, said everyone in the three groups could help out.
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"Every part of the billy cart was built by the kids, under instruction from the adults," she said.
Once complete, the billy carts were tested, enthusiastically, in the car park.
"Everyone had a turn of racing and pushing, it was a wonderful day," the manager said.
Westside Community Centre offers programs such as play groups, parenting support, internet facilities and emergency food relief.
"We're hoping to expand," Ms Zani said.
"With additional support we could grow and better suit the needs of our community."
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