UCAN Project com­ing to Yar­ra­wonga

Yarrawonga Chronicle - - On The Land -

The UCAN Project is an ini­tia­tive through Pri­mary Care Con­nect that aims to cre­ate al­ter­na­tive ac­tiv­i­ties for our com­mu­ni­ties to pro­mote so­cial in­clu­sion, have con­ver­sa­tions around our com­mu­nity’s health, and to of course pro­vide new and sup­ported ac­tiv­i­ties.

On Jan­uary 16 Pri­mary Care Con­nect will be run­ning a Scavenger Hunt event in Yar­ra­wonga.

Start­ing at Chi­na­man’s Is­land from near the yacht club from 10am-2pm, the event is com­pletely free and suit­able for all fitness lev­els.

PCC Gam­blers Help Health Pro­mo­tion Worker Sa­man­tha Spinks said she be­lieves that “Con­nected and en­gaged com­mu­ni­ties are stronger and more sup­ported, so we want ev­ery­one to be try­ing new things and be­ing in­volved in pos­i­tive ac­tiv­i­ties as much as pos­si­ble”.

Bring a group or come along on your own for a gen­tle walk around the track find­ing the signs and tak­ing in the world around you.

Feel free to drop in at any time to have some fun and gen­tle ex­er­cise in the sum­mer sun­shine.

Two mem­bers of the 2018 Yar­ra­wonga Neigh­bour­hood House VET Cer­tifi­cate II in Hos­pi­tal­ity Ni­cola Sis­son and Doug Giersh at their “pop up” café as part of their train­ing.

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