Students from the Victor Harbor High School FLO program have been busy designing and painting a native, nature inspired mural on the walls of the Toc H campsite amenity block.
The Toc H and FLO initiative is a shared opportunity, with FLO students using their extremely talented art skills to benefit the local community.
The campsite has provided a brilliant canvas for local art students from Victor Harbor High School to showcase their talent.
FLO Programs Specialist Victor Harbor High School, Stacey Andary said the initiative was a great opportunity for FLO students to further develop their skills while performing a community service.
“The Toc H campsite has been an integral part of the Victor Harbor Community for such a long time and the camps are such an important service to the community. It was a great honor for the students and myself to be able to give back by painting something beautiful at the site,” she said.
“The students also learnt some incredible new skills and it was a pleasure to watch them grow as artists during the journey.”
Toc H SA conducts camp’s every year for young people across South Australia which provide an opportunity for attendees to build self-esteem, create positive connections and build a positive perception of self and the community around them.
Recently, the Toc H SA campsite formed a new community garden group which aims to bring people together through a mutual love of gardening.
Toc H SA has a proud history of partnering with other community organisations to strengthen communities through service and is committed to these types of projects and partnerships to benefit the South Coast and wider Community.
CEO at Toc H SA, Adam Hooper said the organisation gets particularly excited about partnering with community groups.
“We are excited to have been able to partner with FLO to bring to life this exciting community project,” he said.
“It has been a thrill to watch these gifted young artists bring to life such a unique design. We are always happy to be involved in any project offering opportunities to the local community.”