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Preschoolers get down and boogie!


Media Release

12 December 2003

Preschoolers get down and boogie!

North Hornby preschoolers and their families should prepare for a disco extravaganza on Friday 12th December at Hei Hei Community Centre on Wycola Road. This two hour disco will start at 4pm. The Preschool disco! is a fun, free opportunity for families in the community to meet and share food.

The disco will feature BARN A BEE from the Diabetes Foundation, and will be promoting a healthy lifestyle message. Come along and find out about the exciting, free summer recreation activities. There will also be a chance to have your say on what activities you would like to see in your community in the future.

This premier event is being held with the support of the Riccarton Wigram Community Board and SPARC with a number of local businesses and organisations donating prizes and food.

For further event details contact Helen Miles, Christchurch City Council Leisure on phone 941 6520. ENDS.

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