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UNITEC Presents “Kids’ Day” for Students and Community

7th March 2012

UNITEC Presents “Kids’ Day” for Students and Community

Unitec will be hosting its regular family fun day, Kids’ Day Out, at Henderson Primary School on Saturday 17th March 2012 at 11am for students who have families and the community.

The day will feature entertainers, rides, games, food, face painters, Old Macdonalds Farm and bouncy castles.

“Around a quarter of Unitec students have kids. It’s important for us to provide a great social experience for everyone in our student body. These days are a great opportunity to bond with other students who have families and connect with our community” Says USU Students’ Association at Unitec, Student President Shannon Pennefather.

Kids’ Day Out will be held at the Henderson Primary School fields, corner of Great North Road and Edsel Street, just a two minute walk from Unitec's Waitakere Campus.

Entry is free. For more information visit: www.usu.co.nz

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