Santa Selfies And Toy Donations Make The Perfect Fit this Festive Season

The Central Health Alliance Practice staff are ready for Christmas: Rachel Peake, Cheren Hall with Emily Hall and Isabella Hall, Kaylene with Kobie Staader, Sam Almond, and Paul Burford holding Harvie Staader.
The Central Health Alliance Practice staff are ready for Christmas: Rachel Peake, Cheren Hall with Emily Hall and Isabella Hall, Kaylene with Kobie Staader, Sam Almond, and Paul Burford holding Harvie Staader.

Santa photos are no longer reserved just for busy shopping centres with the announcement by Dr Paul Burford that the man in red will be making an appearance on Saturday 10 December at 9am.

Located at the turnoff to the airport, 1 Technology Place Williamtown, Santa Claus will be visiting Central Health Alliance for the day.

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The general public is invited to attend with mobile phone in hand to take a ‘Santa Selfie’.

Regular clients are welcome to book an appointment, if needed, and to take a photo at the same time.

Making a big celebration of Santa’s visit, each child will receive a lollipop and, for a gold coin donation, they can purchase a sausage sizzle.

The Santa Selfies will also cost a gold coin donation, with proceeds from all activities on the day going to charities that support children with medical needs.

The event is also motivated for another good cause.

Central Health Alliance have joined with radio station NFXM to be part of the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas Toy Drive.
Dr Paul Burford told Medowie News Of The Area, “We are a community focused practice.”

“As a group we would like to help as many families as possible.”

From 1 December until Christmas Eve the public can donate unwrapped toys and place it under Dr Burford’s Christmas tree.

The Salvation Army will then collect the toys and distribute them to children in need to make this festive season a little bit brighter.

Dr Burford, on behalf of the staff, also expressed to Medowie News Of The Area, “We would like to thank Medowie and the surrounding communities for the overwhelming support they have shown Central Health Alliance this year.”

“We would like to wish everyone a safe and a very Merry Christmas.”

By Heather SHARP

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