Established in 2004, JC Epidemic is an extreme sports ministry specialising in freestyle BMX stunts that are captivating and heart-stopping, grabbing the attention of crowds of all ages across the country. The team offers great entertainment with a positive, relevant message that young people can relate to, covering topics such as bullying, peer pressure and life choices.
Team members help young people feel better about themselves and encourage them to think about what is important in life. JC Epidemic visited Tin Can Bay School a couple of years ago and people are still talking about it.
The JC Epidemic stunt team will be visiting Rainbow Beach School on Thursday September 11, with their performance commencing at 10am. The students are looking forward to seeing the amazing stunts that the team will be performing on the school sports oval on the corner of Carlo Road and Kurrawa Drive.
Rainbow Beach School would like to invite the whole community to come along and enjoy this special event with them.
Students will have a free dress day on the day of the team’s visit and can dress in bike or skateboarding gear with a prize for the best-dressed girl and boy. For those students who would like to ride or skate to school on the day, Mr Grogan will be at the park next to the IGA Supermarket at 8am to lead the group.
The JC Epidemic stunt team will be visiting Tin Can Bay School in the afternoon with a 1pm performance on the school sports oval.
Both schools have a sausage sizzle and drinks for sale with money raised to support chaplaincy in the Cooloola Coast region.