Greta Reaches out to the community

Chris Naish to speak about Jim Stynes’ youth foundation
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VISITING: Former Wangaratta man Chris Naish (right), now chief executive officer of the Reach Foundation, will be at Greta tomorrow.

A SESSION at Greta Football Netball Club tomorrow will showcase the work of the Reach Foundation in inspiring young people to get the most out of life.

Former Wangaratta man Chris Naish, now chief executive officer of the foundation started by the late Jim Stynes in 1994, will be at Greta Recreation Reserve for its annual sponsors’ day to talk about the efforts of the youth-led organisation which works with 40,000 young people each year across Victoria and NSW.

Chris, a former Richmond and Port Adelaide footballer who played 161 AFL games, said he would be accompanied tomorrow by a couple of the foundation’s professionally trained young facilitators who would give locals a snapshot of the way Reach operates.


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