Events

Inglewood District Health Services WOW Night

THE 2019 ‘WOW NIGHT‘ FOR THE WOMEN OF LODDON IS HERE!

You are warmly welcome you to attend this year’s WOW for Women night on Wednesday 4 TH September at 6pm. This year Inglewood & Districts Health Service will be celebrating the much loved WOW for Women Program in Wedderburn with the Jean Hailes Ambassador, Nelly Thomas. We have listened to your feedback and on Wednesday the 4 th September we welcome you to a fun, formal night. It’s time to get out your heels and your best dress for a night out for all ladies. The ticket includes finger food, drinks, a fashion parade and presentation from guest speaker Nelly Thomas at the Wedderburn Mechanics Hall. Nelly has been described as one of Australia's most natural comedians. An award-winning performer, she was listed as one of Australia's "most innovative thinkers" in The Age newspaper section, 'The Zone', and was featured on the ABC's Big Ideas: The Smartest Stuff on TV, radio and online.
Nelly writes a quarterly column for Jean Hailes, called Nelly Navigates, where she kickstarts colourful, hilarious yet educational conversations about important issues in women's health.
There will be buses available from neighbouring towns and the ticket cost is $40 and available for purchase now by calling Cindy Gould
Phone 0429043838
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Underage students in Year 9 and up who are accompanied by an adult are welcome to attend the event - cost $10 per student. Bookings are essential, please RSVP by 28th August 2019.

Annual Splatter Run

Annual Splatter Run

In partnership with Wedderburn College, Inglewood and Districts Health Services are holding our Annual Splatter Run. The Splatter Run will be held on Sunday the October 27th @11 am at Donaldson Park.
 
The Splatter Run sets off at 11am and will see runners of all ages and abilities have a day of fun, exercise and lots of colour.
There is a choice of participating in the 5 km, 1.6 or both. It’s an untimed event, so there’s no pressure to time the mile it is just to fun.
 
It is so positive and fun you’ll probably see Splatter runners running, skipping, dancing and smiling to the finish line.
There will be an opportunity for students to try a sport, music, an obstacle course and Zone activities.
 
The Splatter Run is to encourage young people to become involved and more active in a fun and supportive environment.
The KIT Van, a mobile youth mental health resource, will be launched at this year’s event, and has been created to provide information for the 12-25-year age group.

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