Day to publicise local support services
The Peninsula Interagency Group will hold a day to publicise its members' services on Wednesday, September 27, at the Peninsula Community Centre.
The Interagency Group represents more than 50 community and charitable organisations and government agencies in the area.
Peninsula Link Day is designed to connect Peninsula residents with community and local support services.
Community centre operator Coast Community Connections has welcomed the day.
General manager Ms Emma Gilby said: "Peninsula Link Day has become a hugely valuable event on the our calendar and we are again holding the event during the school holidays with free family entertainment including a jumping castle, face painting, balloon sculpting, the Big Yellow Bus, Rugby League fun and local entertainment."
"Peninsula Link Day offers locals and families the opportunity to gain resources and information about a range of services including youth, ageing and disability, health and wellbeing, education, employment and training, government, housing, families, carers and support services."
Services available on the day will also include free health and dental checks, birth certificates, clothing giveaways and bills advice from the Energy and Water Ombudsman NSW and St Vincent de Paul Society.
Entry and all activities on the day are free.
Media release, 12 Sep 2017
Katey Small, Brilliant Logic
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