Contact has a 2011 Toyota Land Cruiser Military 4.5L Turbo Diesel manual Workmate Troop Carrier for sale.
The Land Cruiser is currently in the Northern Territory and used to deliver a child and family service.Contact is looking to buy a new vehicle to meet the organisations current requirements.This vehicle is regularly serviced, well maintained and has many value added additional features.
Like an inspection or have a question? Telephone: 0458 925144 or Email: email@example.com
Wednesday 29th of June 2016, the Soapy Bore community celebrated NAIDOC Week with the Contact Children’s Mobile team.
Around 40 adults and children attending the event, which was offered during the Contact Children’s Mobile Early Learning session within the Soapy Bore community
It was an enjoyable day with many cultural activities and the children had crafted some Indigenous flags in preparation and these were used for decoration.
The 2016 NAIDOC theme ‘Song lines: the living narrative of our nation’ was represented during the event, with local ladies working on paintings of the dreaming of their country at Soapy Bore, which they then talked about with the children.
These and many other cultural activities were happily shared.
As an added unexpected element a group working at the nearby church surprised the children by attending the BBQ dressed up as Storm Troopers from Star Wars. ……..there were a few tears at first, but as soon as the young’uns understood the concept of the costumes there were smiles and laughs all round.
It’s not everyday Storm Troopers come to the Mobile session!
Some community members helped out preparing the BBQ and everyone left the celebration with full tummies, big smiles and began their journeys into town to attend the Alice Springs show.
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Contact provides a range of programs, resources, referrals and supports in the community that are helping to address and raise awareness of the impacts of isolation on children, family and community.