TIS VISIT... The Puyu Blaster Tackling Indigenous Smoking team from the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia, at Point Pearce to share the health benefits of quitting smoking. Pictured are TIS team member Grant “Snowy” Day, Central Yorke School Head of Point Pearce Aboriginal Campus Daniel Richardson, Central Yorke School Point Pearce Campus  students Tray Simpson, Trasiana Wilson, Jarrod Buckskin, Jamie Agius, Tarren Power, Rovina Newchurch, Tramaine Simpson, and staff members Charlotte Buckskin and Chris Williams, holding Sharon Wilson. TIS VISIT... The Puyu Blaster Tackling Indigenous Smoking team from the Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia, at Point Pearce to share the health benefits of quitting smoking. Pictured are TIS team member Grant “Snowy” Day, Central Yorke School Head of Point Pearce Aboriginal Campus Daniel Richardson, Central Yorke School Point Pearce Campus students Tray Simpson, Trasiana Wilson, Jarrod Buckskin, Jamie Agius, Tarren Power, Rovina Newchurch, Tramaine Simpson, and staff members Charlotte Buckskin and Chris Williams, holding Sharon Wilson.

Puyu Blaster visits the Point Pearce community

THE Puyu Blaster Tackling Indigenous Smoking team from the Aboriginal Health Coun­cil of South Australia visited Point Pearce recently.

Over lunch, TIS project officer Grant “Snowy” Day spoke with Central Yorke School Point Pearce Campus students and community members about the harms of tobacco smoke.

Mr Day said keeping homes and cars smoke-free can make a positive difference to health.

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