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THE Sons of the West program is back and will be bigger than ever in 2016.
The program returns for its third year, beginning with its preseason exercise campaign across the west in February.
The FREE ten week initiative focuses on light physical exercise and is open to all men in the Western Region Football League and the wider community ahead of the official start of the main program in June.
Just attend one of the sessions below to sign up:
Every Tuesday between 7pm and 8.30pm from February 23 to April 26:
Braybrook Community Hub, 107–139 Churchill Avenue, Braybrook 3019
Taylors Hill Community Centre, 121 Calder Park Drive, Taylors Hill 3037
Sassella Park Hall, 119 Station Road, Deer Park 3032
Werribee Bowls Club, 239 Watton St, Werribee 3030
Williamstown Swimming and Life Saving Club, Cnr Esplanade and Victoria Street, Williamstown 3016
Every Wednesday between 7pm and 8.30pm from February 24 to April 27:
Delahey Community Centre, 80 Copperfield Dr, Delahey 3037
Victoria University Whitten Oval, 417 Barkly Street, Footscray West 3012
Every Thursday between 7pm and 8.30pm from February 25 to April 28:
Laverton Community Hub, 95–105 Railway Avenue, Laverton 3028
Bridge Road Children’s and Community Centre, 260–266 Bridge Road, Melton South 3338
Sons of the West is a Western Bulldogs community health initiative, which is aimed at supporting men living and working in Melbourne’s western suburbs lead healthier lives.
The free program is going from strength to strength, with 1000 registrations in 2014 and about 2100 registrations last year.
Throughout the year, local particpants will be involved in activities that cover healthy eating, physical activity and mental health.
There will be giveaways and incentives, including Western Bulldogs memberships and unique inner-sanctum experiences.
Picture: DARREN POCOCK