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Public invited to learn more about skin cancer risks and wellbeing at surf club event

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Alexandra Headland Surf Life Saving Club is set to host a welfare event, focused on mental and physical health.

The function ‘Saving The Lives Of Surf Life Savers’ will be held at the Bluff Bar on June 16, from 6pm to 8pm.

The club has extended an invitation to all members of the club, along with members of other clubs and the general public to join them for this significant health event.

Attendees will be able to enjoy a free burger and drink, thanks to the Melanoma Awareness Foundation, followed by three short presentations and a Q&A panel.

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Topics covered will include mental health, men’s health and skin health.

Guests will be educated and reminded to ‘check your personal wellness’.

Ruth Logan, the Education Program Facilitator for It’s a Bloke Thing Foundation, will start the conversation around prostate cancer awareness and the importance of early diagnosis.

And Jonathon Last, who is the Alex club doctor, will remind people of the importance of regular skin checks and what to look for when checking your skin.

RSVP: Ruth Logan by 15th June. (COVID restrictions limits numbers to 200.) Phone number: 0417 739 166, email:



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