GAME ON... Ready for a game of basketball are, back: Jamayden Webb, Geoffrey Webb, Ashton Angie, Jayden Buckskin, Aboriginal Health Council of SA’s Trent Wingard; front: Noel Quinn, Corey Angie, Sonny Goldsmith. GAME ON... Ready for a game of basketball are, back: Jamayden Webb, Geoffrey Webb, Ashton Angie, Jayden Buckskin, Aboriginal Health Council of SA’s Trent Wingard; front: Noel Quinn, Corey Angie, Sonny Goldsmith.

Basketball match promoting healthy choices

Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia’s Puyu Blaster hosted a basketball game with an important message for local indigenous kids last Wednesday, January 17.

Children from Central Yorke School Point Pearce campus and Moonta Area School received education before the game about the impact of tobacco smoke and took the pledge to help stop smoking in indigenous communities.

The pledge included protecting children and others from passive smoke, making homes and cars smoke free encouraging others to take the pledge.

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