Expo to publicise assistance available
A free expo, publicising assistance available through the Peninsula Interagency Group, will take place at the Peninsula Community Centre on Wednesday, September 27.
Organisers of the event are calling for donations of quality, clean second-hand clothing, blankets or Manchester, non-perishable food items like tinned salmon, meat, soup, fruit and vegetables or pantry essentials like rice and pasta, long-life milk, biscuits and breakfast cereals.
Donations can be dropped to the Community Centre at 93 McMasters Rd, Woy Woy, Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm.
Peninsula Link Day aims to connect individuals and families with important services and to increase the community's awareness about sources of assistance.
In its seventh year, the day aims to link community members with information and services available on the Peninsula while providing an opportunity to meet with others in a family-friendly environment.
Services present on the day include children's and family services, ageing and disability services, carers, youth; health and wellbeing, employment, education and training, support services and government services.
Entertainment for families will include a jumping castle, face painting, music, entertainment, lunch, health and dental checks, giveaways of food, clothing, books, Manchester and personal care items.
Organisers are also looking for young people who wish to provide entertainment on the day.
Newsletter, 29 Aug 2017
Lyn Davis, Umina Beach Public School