Community groups and organisations will show what they have to offer when they turn out for Heathcote Community Connect.BARBARA SUNGAILA February 26, 2014 4:20am
Members of the Dragon City Derby Dolls and Captain Koala at last yearâ€™s Heathcote Connect. (from left) Slinky Ice, Captain Koala, Sugar Skull and Razorbec. Photo: Barbara Sungaila
This year’s Heathcote Community Connect will be Saturday, March 15 and time is running out for community groups and organisations, activities and recreation providers and local performers to register to take part.
Heathcote Health’s community engagement healthy lifestyles officer Michelle den Elzen said community groups and organisations were getting involved in bringing people together.
‘‘There are a lot of things people can do in the community, but they don’t always know how they can be involved,’’ she said.
Community Connect provides an opportunity for community groups to showcase their activities and resources and will take place in Camp St, Heathcote behind the RSL Hall from 10am until 2pm.
Camp St will be closed from Herriot St to Barrack St for the duration.
To register, or for additional information, contact Ms den Elzen at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 5431
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