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Grandparents Day celebrated in style with GoCo

11 September 2018

Young persons can expect to have a grand time celebrating Grandparents Day on a GoCo Mystery Bus Tour.
GoCo Community Care has joined the state-wide initiative to host activities on Sunday, 28 October 2018 in support of NSW Grandparents Day.
Gunnedah’s premier home care service, GoCo, is inviting grandchildren to join their grandparents on a mystery bus tour for the day.
Manager GoCo Bruce Mercer said grandparents hold a very special relationship with their grandchildren, and Grandparents Day is a good opportunity to build on that relationship.
“Grandparents are such an important part of our community,” he said.
“Grandparents Day gives us an opportunity to reflect on the special role grandparents play in our families and the wider community, spend time with them and have a lot of fun.”
The Mystery Bus Tour will leave from GoCo Community Care, 80 Marquis Street, at 9.00am on Sunday.
Open to any grandparent and grandchild, the Mystery Bus Tour is free to join.
Bookings are essential and places are limited. To book a place on the Mystery Bus Tour, call GoCo Community Care by Friday, 26 October 2018 on (02) 6740 2240.

Photo Caption: GoCo Community Care Manager Bruce Mercer and CHSP Coordinator Nicole Shields are looking forward to Grandparents Day.

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Media Contact: Brooke Maisey 6740 2100.

Keep in Touch

Grandparents Day celebrated in style with GoCo

11 September 2018

Young persons can expect to have a grand time celebrating Grandparents Day on a GoCo Mystery Bus Tour.
GoCo Community Care has joined the state-wide initiative to host activities on Sunday, 28 October 2018 in support of NSW Grandparents Day.
Gunnedah’s premier home care service, GoCo, is inviting grandchildren to join their grandparents on a mystery bus tour for the day.
Manager GoCo Bruce Mercer said grandparents hold a very special relationship with their grandchildren, and Grandparents Day is a good opportunity to build on that relationship.
“Grandparents are such an important part of our community,” he said.
“Grandparents Day gives us an opportunity to reflect on the special role grandparents play in our families and the wider community, spend time with them and have a lot of fun.”
The Mystery Bus Tour will leave from GoCo Community Care, 80 Marquis Street, at 9.00am on Sunday.
Open to any grandparent and grandchild, the Mystery Bus Tour is free to join.
Bookings are essential and places are limited. To book a place on the Mystery Bus Tour, call GoCo Community Care by Friday, 26 October 2018 on (02) 6740 2240.

Photo Caption: GoCo Community Care Manager Bruce Mercer and CHSP Coordinator Nicole Shields are looking forward to Grandparents Day.

ENDS

Media Contact: Brooke Maisey 6740 2100.