CONTEST: NRL player Billy McConnachie and Deadly Choices worker Sarah Gal encourage their team during the tug of war at the Deadly Choices Day. Picture: Bronwyn Wheatcroft
Saturday’sDeadly Choices Day in Mount Isapromoted healthy living and healthy choices within the indigenous community.
More than 100 peopleattended theevent, includingNRL player Billy McConnachie, who spoke tochildrenand participated ina game of tug of war.
Gidgee HealingCEODallasLeon said the day featured plentyof healthy and positive activities.
“The highlight is having something positive for the community and seeing the kids get involved,” he said.
Born and bred Mount IsaNRL playerBilly McConnachie, who signed with the Wests Tigers last month,said it was great to come back to the city and talk to the kids about healthy choices.
“Growing up here, I think there is a lot of talent here,” he said.
“It is up to the individual to put in the hard work.If you do that, sooner or later you will succeed if you want it that much.”
Mr McConnachie said he wouldn’t be where he was now if notfor the support of his partner and family.
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