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October 2014 News

Take on the 2014 Family Week Challenge

  • Written by  Ian Anderson

During this year’s Family Week, the community is being challenged to do something each day that celebrates the importance of family.

From Sunday October 19 to Sunday October 26, families are encouraged to tackle the Family Week Daily Challenge.

SUNDAY OCTOBER 19TH
Enjoy the great outdoors together as a family. Go to the park, have a picnic, take a hike or go to Harlaxton Family Fun Day.

MONDAY OCTOBER 20TH OFF THE HOOK
Have a technology free night, enjoy a meal and board game as a family.

TUESDAY OCTOBER 21ST
Visit or call a relative that you don’t see often.

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22ND
Take a trip down memory lane and look at some old family photographs and videos.

THURSDAY OCTOBER 23RD
Appreciate your family, say thank you, verbalise the positive things about family members, write notes, go out on a date with your spouse.

FRIDAY OCTOBER 24TH
Reach out to another family or individual. Have them over for dinner or do a random act of service.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 25TH
Create some family memories and do something fun like a water fight or get each family member to paint a picture.

SUNDAY OCTOBER 26TH
Enjoy a day out together at the Westbrook Family Fun Day.

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