Author: Nunkuwarrin Yunti

24 March 2019 Aboriginal Spirit Colour Fun Run & Walk Fremont Park, Elizabeth Park

The Tackling Tobacco Team once again staged another Colour Fun Run on March the 24th in Adelaide’s Northern suburbs – Fremont Park, Elizabeth. With a record number of eager and ready participants gathered at the start line ready to be covered in a deadly colour explosion. The Tackling Tobacco team were planning to make the day even bigger and better than their last fun run, Record attendance! Fremont Park was not only covered with a rainbow of colour, it was swarmed with smiles, laughter and a lot of energy from Adelaide’s Aboriginal community. Participants ran, walked and skipped their way around the 500 meter course, some eager to keep running until all the coloured chalk ran out. Once all the chalk ran out and the park was in a coloured cloud, we had a range of kid’s activities, jumping castle, to entertain us whilst waiting for our healthy lunch to arrive from Gormandiser BBQ, Chobani Yoghurt and fruit. The Tackling Tobacco Team would like to thank the following people and organisations who have given their support and helped make this event a deadly event; City of Playford Council, Uncle Rodney O’Brien, Jason and his team from Gormandiser BBQ, Chobani Yogurt, St Johns, Colleen Strangways for her deadly photo’s, SA Quench Bench, Adelaide Jumpy Castles, MFS Fire Service, Aussie Party Hire and Aunty Jane Nelson. Some of our deadly participants...

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Walk and Talk. Join the Tackling Tobacco team for a yarn!

The Tackling Tobacco Team want to hear your story and support you to be healthy and smoke free. Where: Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia Brady Street Clinic. 28-30 Brady Street, Elizabeth Downs When: Thursdays at 10:30am *Morning tea will be supplied after the walk To follow the event on Facebook click here...

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“Stop making excuses, smoking just makes things worse”

Mr Nathan Kauschke has felt energised and motivated to get fit and healthy since giving up the smokes 952 hours ago, that is 5 weeks ago. Family members have commented on Nathan’s improved breathing and he’s feeling relieved. As an asthmatic, quitting smoking has had a huge impact on his health. “Stop making excuses – smoking is just makes things worse” Nathan said as he spoke about his journey to quit. In the past the excuses to smoke where endless for Nathan. Certain times triggered him to smoke, when he got up in the morning or after dinner, when...

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