If it’s not what called as a ‘hit” in the music world…it sure should be…And certainly is already with the kids of the great South West.
The Queensland Police Service (QPS) Charleville Local Drug Action Team, Project JIGSAW, are proud to release the music video ‘Livin a country life’.
The video featuring a catchy tune written by local students was created by the QPS, in partnership with the talented Josh Arnold from ‘Small Town Culture’.
This project involved students from seven schools across the district, who all participated in writing and performing the song.
The song cleverly highlights the serious issues surrounding drugs and alcohol by communicating fun and challenging alternatives that kids can enjoy every day – helping to keep kids happy, healthy and engaged in our local community.
The music video was made possible thanks to funding through the Alcohol and Drug Foundation for the Charleville district and was supported by The HOPE Project and Murweh Shire Council.
Well done you good things!!!