Be well actively
Active & Well
Sport Waikato will be out and about in Tokoroa town centre on August 4, from 10.30am till 12.30pm, promoting the Active & Well programme.
Active & Well is about supporting people on a Green Prescription, working with them to achieve a healthier lifestyle through physical activity and healthy eating.
There are lots of physical activity opportunities on offer throughout the district and Active & Well links with these to get people moving.
Stop and chat with Pricey and Mandy next Thursday, outside Westpac on Leith Pl to find out how you can be a part of the programme for free. School holiday programmes School holiday activities conclude on Friday.
If you are looking for activities to entertain your young students during the break, contact the Y on 886 8731. Programmes at the Y will run on Wednesday and Thursday from 9am till 4pm at the stadium on Princess Beatrix Ave in Tokoroa.
Friday is the trip to Auckland zoo, so phone to see if places are still available.
Equipment and inflatables are available for use at the indoor pools in Tokoroa from 12pm and Q Masters on Bridge St in Tokoroa is open for activities each day.
Buckland Street Child Care continues its school holiday programme in Putaruru at the St John Hall on Overdale St from 7.45am to 5.15pm. Phone 882 1250 to register your child’s participation.
Sport Waikato’s programmes continue in Arapuni and Tirau at the halls in both villages – Wednesday and Friday in Arapuni and Thursday in Tirau from 10am till 12pm. For details on the programmes phone me on 886 9002.
Do you volunteer at a club and need or want some basic training in club administration?
Sport Waikato and WILSS are presenting a series of club development workshops for administrators, leaders, officials and co-ordinators. These sessions will help members develop a better understanding of the responsibilities and roles within volunteer organisations. Participants can choose to attend all or some of the sessions.
Workshop one will be held on September 1 and covers funding options – who to go to, how to apply. Workshop two on September 8 will cover club planning – how to set short term and long term goals. Workshop three on September 15 is on recruiting and retaining volunteers – how to support them and how to prevent burnout. Workshop four on September 22 covers club support mechanisms – how to manage meetings, develop role/ job descriptions and write policy etc.
The workshops will be held at the Tokoroa Community Link offices on Torphin Crescent from 5.30pm to 7pm and cost $5 per session.
Registrations are essential. Phone me at the Sport Waikato office on 886 9002 to register your participation.