BH Health Council and HACC Transport host High Tea for Senior Citizens

A High Tea at the Golf Club will be held for local senior citizens to celebrate Seniors Week courtesy of the Broken Hill Health Council and HACC Community Transport.

The “Be Active Be Healthy” free event will feature a variety of fun and informative activities to help senior citizens enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle and in keeping with Seniors Week (14 to 22 March) theme of ‘Be Inspired!’

“The Health Council and HACC Community Transport have joined forces to host the High Tea which we are confident will give our seniors an enjoyable outing coupled with great entertainment,” said BH Health Council Chairperson Mrs Fran McKinnon.

“This year’s High Tea will follow on from the extremely successful High Tea we held for our seniors at the Aquatic Centre last year,” said Mrs McKinnon.

The High Tea includes non-alcoholic champagne on arrival and delicious food throughout the afternoon. Activities on the day will include line dancing demonstration, judo relaxation, Tai Chi, free hand massage and talks with health professionals. Everyone attending will also be able to have free photographic portraits taken.

“There will also be quizzes with some awesome prizes. The quizzes were extremely popular at our previous Seniors Week events,” said Mrs McKinnon.

“We aim to give our seniors an enjoyable outing coupled with some great entertainment as well as relevant and informative presentations that will hopefully encourage everyone to be active and healthy,” she said.

The High Tea will be held on Tuesday, 17 March at the Golf Club from 2pm to 5pm. Numbers are strictly limited for this exclusive event and registration is essential. Call Fran McKinnon on 8087 4932 for information.

Registration and transport to this event can be arranged by contacting HACC Community Transport on 8087 4284 by 13 March if you wish to attend.

The High Tea is funded by a NSW Seniors Week grant and supported by the BH Health Council and HACC Community Transport.

 

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