Join us this Saturday on our Papakura Netball courts, Bruce Pulman Park, Takanini on Saturday 3 July, from 9am-3pm, for Oranga Waahine Oranga Whaanau.
An event that will offer FREE health and wellbeing advice for you and your whaanau, with prizes and giveaways to be won!
Papakura Netball Centre are pleased to partner with the Counties Manukau Health and Northern Stars on this event. Counties Manukau Health community partners will also be joining us to provide some of the stands you will experience on the day, such as: Immunisations, Smokefree NZ, Safe Sleep, Te Rita Community Breastfeeding, Screening Services Awareness – Cervical and Breast, Middlemore Foundation, Counties Kindergarten Playtruck, Asthma NZ, NetballSmart (Injury Prevention), Te Kaha o te Rangatahi, AWHI Healthy Housing Initiative (National Hauora Coalition), Papakura Marae, St Johns, Stars Merchandise and Face Painting.
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