Chi­ros show some spine


North Coast Weekender - - Opinion -

BELRIDGE Chi­ro­prac­tic is help­ing to make Mother’s Day spe­cial for local women in need.

The Bel­don prac­tice is seek­ing do­na­tions of toi­letry bags, toi­letries and per­sonal care items to be dis­trib­uted to local women’s refuges for chil­dren to give to their moth­ers on May 14.

“With Mother’s Day ap­proach­ing, it is time to con­sider and ap­pre­ci­ate ev­ery­thing the spe­cial women in our lives mean to us,” man­ager Tracey Hen­nessy said.

“With the help of our won­der­ful com­mu­nity of pa­tients, we want to give a lit­tle ex­tra care to those who need it.”

The prac­tice has en­listed the help of some Mater Dei Col­lege students to help put the pack­ages to­gether.

To do­nate, drop off your items to 6/265 Ed­dy­s­tone Av­enue be­fore May 5.

Picture: Martin Ken­nealey­mu­ni­ d467533

Tracey Hen­nessy, Bren­dan O'Con­nor, Mar­garet Bromberger and Re­becca McKim­mie, of Belridge Chi­ro­prac­tic.

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