Close the Gap day Naomi Shumack@Naomi_Times17 Mar 2017, 10:15 a.m. Beer goggles, a barbecue and health check ups were all part of Moree's Close the Gap celebrations on Thursday. Close the Gap day Debbie Swan, Bronwen Adamson, Sharon Tighe and Luke Swan.Ashley Purkins, and Mary and Shirley Swan.Pius X drug and alcohol worker Stephanie Duke instructs Sean Conrad as he tries out a pair of beer goggles.Lawrence Thompson, Inspector Martin Burke, Talia Smith and Keira McMahon. Boris Chai checks Jodie Litchfield's blood pressure.Jenna O'Neil, Jacque Rowe and Troy Bexon.Claire Gillan from Flourish Australia asked locals to sign a petition for a Moree/Narrabri Headspace. Liam Pritchard, Zach Hayley and Sean Conrad ask Pius X drug and alcohol worker Stephanie Duke questions about drinking. Lachlan Crossley, Lily Roberts, Georgia Johns, Jorgie Forsyth and Fiona Cleal. Jake Muggleton and Brodie Dawson spoke on school statistics on Aboriginal students.Ashley Purkins, Mary Swan, Tequila-Rose Dyball and Justina Brown dot painting.Anglicare's Jamalla Williams and Jenny James.Sean Conrad tries out Stephanie Duke's beer goggles.Ashley Purkins and Tequila-Rose Dyball learn about dealing with stress from Pius X counsellor Annabelle Simpson.Pius X program officer Ray Dennison.Yasmine Hall, Bronwen Adamson and Sarah Smith from Moree Family Support.Inspector Martin Burke.TweetFacebook of ╳exitLocals came out to the Moree Secondary College multi-purpose centre on Thursday to support efforts to close the gap between Aboriginal people and the wider population.