Mosgiel Family Community Fun Day

Twirling their piupiu skirts at the Tribal Nations Motorcycle Club Mosgiel Family Community Fun...
Twirling their piupiu skirts at the Tribal Nations Motorcycle Club Mosgiel Family Community Fun Day on Saturday are Taieri College kapa haka group members (from left) Kyrah Sinclair, Indee Faigan and Paige King, all of Mosgiel, and Keira Hughes, of...
A pack of about 130 riders finish the Riders Against Teen Suicide (Rats) ride at the Tribal...
A pack of about 130 riders finish the Riders Against Teen Suicide (Rats) ride at the Tribal Nations Motorcycle Club Mosgiel Family Community Fun Day on Saturday.
Face painter Mel ‘‘Fairy Spot’’ Hall holds up a mirror to show Isobella Mahon (5), of St Kilda,...
Face painter Mel ‘‘Fairy Spot’’ Hall holds up a mirror to show Isobella Mahon (5), of St Kilda, her reflection.
Sisters Lily (9) and Tia (6) Te Ngahue, of Belleknowes, eat ice cream.
Sisters Lily (9) and Tia (6) Te Ngahue, of Belleknowes, eat ice cream.
Dominic Hoover (6), of Mosgiel, pats dog Buddy.
Dominic Hoover (6), of Mosgiel, pats dog Buddy.

The Tribal Nations Motorcycle Club held a Mosgiel Family Community Fun Day  on Saturday to raise awareness of teen suicide issues.
The event raised more than $3000 to support suicide awareness training and other suicide prevention and awareness measures in Otago.

Reporter Shawn McAvinue was at the event to catch the action.

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