Youth group’s launch proves Dynamic Colac Dynamic youth group members Tom Hamblin and Jess Layton with Colac Otway Shire mayor Brian Crook at the launch of the new diversity group’s banner. Contact the authorby Jennifer Chiu August 24, 2011 Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) ORGANISERS have hailed the launch of Colac’s new Dynamic youth group as a success. Unlock full access to Colac Herald – Subscribe today! Subscribe Now Tags: Youth Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) 4 Responses to “Youth group’s launch proves Dynamic” Tanya Taylor August 25, 2011 Oh for heavens sake Andy I think you and Joel Creasy are using this as a publicity stunt. I am gay and I was there on Saturday. Stop making everything about you!!! Emm August 24, 2011 One small bunch of idiots does not speak for the town as a whole. They obviously waited outside for someone to have a go at and all the carry on is doing is feeding their egos. The MAJORITY of residents are not homophobic, the MAJORITY of youths are not homophobic. The MAJORITY of residents recognise that what these idiots did was wrong, we do not support or condone their actions and the MAJORITY of residents would never have considered joining in. This is part of a well known bunch of idiots in this town, and the MAJORITY of us want nothing to do with them. Andy Logan August 24, 2011 Serious? A success? I don’t think so! No mention of Joel Creasey in this article whatsoever… you people are weak! Jennifer Chiu August 24, 2011 Hi Andy, thanks for your comment. The organisers are counting the Joel Creasey incident as separate because it happened outside the venue and only two members of the mob had attended the launch. Here are the links to the Joel Creasey articles. https://colacherald.com.au/2011/08/leaders-embrace-diversity/ https://colacherald.com.au/2011/08/threats-spoil-youth-launch/ Comments are closed.