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Community Action on Alcohol Policy Meeting

January 23, 2013 at 10:22 AM

The next meeting of the Community Action on Alcohol Policy will be on Wednesday 20th February 10am-12pm at the Kelston Community Centre (Meeting Room 2).  

This meeting will have a focus on the media and events component of the project, exploring creative ways to engage local communities in addressing alcohol-related harm, such as working with the media to highlight issues, and running events that promote input into the local alcohol policy.  There will also be a discussion around evaluation and best practice. The agenda is sent in advance of the meeting. RSVP to Caitlin Bush by Friday 8th February.  

Caitlin Bush | Coordinator - Community Action Youth and Drugs (CAYAD) Community Safety Team - West

Ph 09 301 0101 | Extn (42) 8121 | Mobile 021 680 817 | Fax 09 301 0100

Auckland Council, Henderson Service Centre, 6 Henderson Valley Rd, Henderson, Auckland.  Website:

Category: Community Notices