Positive Aging Expo a success

The team at thePukekohe CroquetClub were all smilesto those who wereinterested to knowmore about the socialsport.

The team at thePukekohe CroquetClub were all smilesto those who wereinterested to knowmore about the socialsport.

The Franklin Positive Age Expo was held last Friday at the Pukekohe Indian Association Hall and saw a record number of over 1500 people come through the doors. Organiser, Jacqui Church, was pleased with the success of the event.
“Our committee is rapt about the success of this year’s expo, in spite of starting with inclement weather. It is a lot a hard work for almost a year to create this free event, but absolutely worth the effort. Every age has its golden moments, including the 65 years plus, so we celebrate and acknowledge positively ageing is an opportunity for us all.”

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