Quota International of Narooma is hosting a special day for women on 17 March at the Narooma Surf Club. The Women’s Health and Wellbeing Day is designed to provide information specifically for women, as well as providing an enjoyable social get-together.
Representatives of the NSW police will focus on personal security, and how to avoid internet and phone scams. Jenny Munro (Wray) will talk about staying fit and healthy as you get older and find yourself facing challenges such as arthritis, or cancer treatment. Craig Potts, manager of the Ambulance Service, will outline how to deal with emergencies like heart attacks, strokes and poisoning.
Nancy Casu, a personal trainer, will get participants up and moving with fun tips on bringing exercise into your daily routines. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes.
The Women’s Health and Wellbeing Day takes place during Quota Cares Month. In addition to enjoying a girls day out, participants will be able to learn about Quota International and the work it does here in Narooma and around the world.
The hospitality and food technology students from Narooma High School will provide a healthy lunch for all participants. Morning tea is also provided. The doors open at 9.45 am for a 10.15 start. Cost is just $10.
For catering purposes please confirm your attendance by contacting Bronwyn Roll on 4476 7106 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.