Family fun in Sunraysia Community Health Services Easter Appeal

Back, Kassie Hocking of SCHS, Summer Dempsey-Crouch, 7, Simone Heald of SCHS, Daniel Carmichael and Tom Kelly of Mildura Mazda and, front, Paige, 9, Lucy, 6, and Jake Hocking, 4. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Back, Kassie Hocking of SCHS, Summer Dempsey-Crouch, 7, Simone Heald of SCHS, Daniel Carmichael and Tom Kelly of Mildura Mazda and, front, Paige, 9, Lucy, 6, and Jake Hocking, 4. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

THE Sunraysia Community Health Services (SCHS) Easter Appeal is back for its third year with a free picnic aimed at ­engaging the community.

SCHS marketing and communications officer Kassie Hocking said the SCHS would again have its sights set on raising $50,000 through the appeal over the course of the year to put towards future parenting services. 

“The vision for us is to be able to have a central place where families are able to drop in, they can grab a coffee, maybe the kids can have a play and they can access all the services they need in one location,” she said.

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