Napranum’s Deadly Choices Community Day saw over 100 people join the Deadly Choices Team at the Oval on Wednesday to learn how they could make the Deadly Choice and improve their health.
The event kicked off with a Woomera challenge and Apunipima Dietician, Brooke Searle was inundated with volunteers for the cooking demonstration which saw kids and adults alike delight in the fresh veggies and homemade Tzatziki Dip.
Throughout the afternoon people had a go at the Beer Goggles, learning sober what it is like when you have drunk too much; learned about the dangers of smoking and the impact on all parts of the body and took part in a range of activities to get the heart pumping.
The afternoon culminated in a hearty dinner of healthy beef stew and rice that was enjoyed by all.
Special thanks must go to Napranum Aboriginal Shire Council for their support in promoting the event, PCYC for their support in the games; the Rangers for their stand encouraging leadership among young people and Ernest Madua who kindly MC’d part of the afternoon and judged the dance off competition.