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Our services: New kind of normal (4 September 2020)

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Our services: New kind of normal (4 September 2020)
Published 4 September 2020
Spring has officially sprung - and we have some exciting programs on offer to suit everyone!

Registrations open: Growing for Gold

Sign the kids up for Growing for Gold this spring!

Growing for Gold is a free program for young people aged 3-16 that provides an opportunity to have a go at new sport and recreational activities thanks to our local sporting clubs.

It's a great way for you to test out one of your local sporting clubs before your commit to joining for the season. Anyone who decides to join a club after participating in Growing for Gold will receive a $30 SportsPower voucher.

Visit gowingforgold.com.au to see what fun sport and recreational activities are in store for you across the cities of Playford, Salisbury and Port Adelaide Enfield.

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Join Jess from the Playford Tennis Centre to learn some new tennis skills this summer through Growing for Gold.

Branding support for your business

50% of business who responded to the 2020 Playford Business Survey told us that they require assistance with developing or improving your brand.

The Stretton Centre has taken on board your feedback and partnered with Greg Kavanagh from Branded Culture to deliver two low-cost branding workshops on Wednesday, 9 September.

  • 10 - 11.30am: Why brand is everyone's business (and not just a marketing thing)
  • 1 - 2.30pm: An introduction into behavioural economics (and why consumers behave the way they do)

September at the Rise

Well Spring has officially sprung and the Elizabeth Rise Community Centre in Elizabeth Downs is looking forward to brighter days.

The centre has some exciting school holiday plans so stay tuned for details on these! But in the meantime, check out the September timetable of activities, including the special edition of the butterfly house decorating workshop.

The Rise is also on the hunt for anyone with a green thumb to help support its upcoming community garden project.

Check out the timetable or how to get involved here:

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Join all the fun activities at the Rise.

Join our lifeblood challenge team

We are so proud of our City of Playford team for all the blood donations it has made so far! We’re all set for the Councils Blood Challenge and we need your help to make the most donations!

Join our team and give blood or plasma between 1 July – 30 September to boost us in the tally and, more importantly, give someone another chance to live the life they love.

Get involved at https://app.donateblood.com.au/GehQ

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The Red Cross Mobile Donor Unit will be rolling in at 50 Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth from 9 September to 11 September

Who is your Playford Alive Local Hero?

Nominations for the Local Heroes Awards extended til 11 September!

If you know someone who is making a big difference in the community, nominate them for the Local Heroes award in one of six categories.

For this year only, added in a new category to recognise the achievements of frontline workers and their contributions during uncertain times.

➡️ Playford Community Impact Award
➡️ Positive Playford Award – Youth
➡️ Business Award
➡️ Best Vocational or Trade High School Student
➡️ Best Trainee or Apprentice Working With An Employer
➡️ *New* Best Frontline Worker Award

You can nominate individuals, businesses, training providers and community organisations within the project area of Smithfield Plains, Davoren Park, Munno Para, Andrews Farm and Eyre.

Nominations close on 11 September

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