We have a special event for NAIDOC week in Cunnamulla 9th July . . .
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Our Blue Light Volunteers conduct fully supervised, drug and alcohol free events for youth under 18 years of age.
Event times, dates & age restrictions vary by Branch.
Check out what’s on at your local Blue Light Branch this month here.
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I would like to thank Blue Light for sponsoring me to the Youth Leadership Camp at Yeppoon. It was a wonderful trip and I made many friends throughout the camp. The experience was amazing, it was my first time being so close to the Barrier Reef.
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QBLAI in summary.
Queensland Blue Light Association Incorporated (QBLAI) is a not for profit organisation run by Police and Civilian Volunteers.
QBLAI is funded primarily through the support of our Corporate Club contributors, government and community grants, and the Queensland Police Service.
QBLAI supports Queensland Youth under the age of 18 years through the provision of safe, suitable entertainment and activities in an environment free from alcohol, drugs and violence.
This includes our regularly held events throughout Queensland on a monthly basis, as well as annual Youth Development and Youth Leadership Camps.
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Tirelessly working for the youth of Queensland.
Thank you for organising the Blue Light camp to Canberra. I enjoyed all of the activities but Questicon was the best of all! Could you please pass on my thanks to all the other organisers and supervisors.
Greg M. 14 years
On behalf of Windorah State School I would like to thank you for supporting our Sports Camp. I had a great time this year. We had a neat Disco on Wednesday night and kids as young as 4 were busting some moves on the dance floor.
Meg 11 years
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