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New and improved YouTube channel to bring entertainment to the community


Georges River Council has launched a refreshed YouTube channel in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which offers local residents safe access to events, art, culture, entertainment, children’s activities and local news.
Councillor Lou Konjarski called for the delivery of the YouTube channel at the Council meeting on 24 August this year, to provide an additional platform for local residents to connect with their community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I am delighted to launch the Council’s refreshed YouTube channel in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, where people can see a snapshot of the beautiful Georges River area and stay up-to-date with what’s happening in their local area,” said Councillor Konjarski.
“It is also a channel that will continue to support and promote our performing arts industry, which has been hard hit by the restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We have recently hosted the Be Kind to Your Mind online mental health program to support positive mental wellbeing among our residents and there is plenty more great content to come as Council continues to roll out its COVID-Safe Community Events Program.
“If you didn’t get a chance to attend the Great Summer Nights performances at the Hurstville Entertainment Centre, you’ll be able to view recordings of these shows on YouTube, kicking off with a performance by Damien Leith.
“We’re delighted to be hosting Council’s Mobile Musos event, where live entertainment is popping up in our town centres until March next year, and recordings of these will also be made available on the channel,” added Councillor Konjarski. 
The Georges River Council YouTube channel offers a hub of videos on local culture, events, lifestyle, environmental initiatives, content for children, libraries, business, entertainment and more. The channel is part of the Revival Phase of Council’s COVID-19 Economic and Social Recovery Plan which aims to revitalise Georges River and support the community’s recovery from the pandemic.
You can visit the channel here:
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