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Reconciliation week Tom Price 2022

Tom Price Field Officers were invited to the Little Geckos Child Care Centre to run Story Time for the infants and pre-primary aged group.

“Aunty Joyce” Jugari Drummond (pictured below) sang songs and talked about friendships and making friends. The kids also listened to the story “My Country” by Ezekiel Kwaymullina and Sally Morgan.

“It was a great way to end Reconciliation Week, teaching Reconciliation awareness to the littlies” Jugari said, “they were right with us and tuned in.” We hope to keep engaging and sharing with the community”.

NAIDOC – Tom Price

NAIDOC is right around the corner again and this year there are plans to have Tom Price’s first NAIDOC Art Exhibition – the 2022 Jundunmunnah NAIDOC Exhibition.

We are calling all artists in Tom Price, Paraburdoo, and surrounding communities to enter their artwork.

This may be paintings, artifacts, photography, sculptures, or jewelry. We would love to see this grow and become an annual event if the first one is successful.

Artists are welcome to display and sell their artwork along with any cultural items such as books, bush medicine etc.

This will be a great opportunity to showcase the amazing talent within our communities.

Please see more information on the below poster, or contact our Field Officer, Elly Lukale on 9189 3706

Elders Yarn Time – Tom Price

Every second Thursday, IBN Tom Price is hosting an Elders Yarn Time in partnership with the Tom Price Arts Hub to have some delicious morning tea, socialise and join in on a fun activity.

Sometimes it’s Tie Dying, sometimes it’s Bingo.

The main thing is that, it is a fun time for our Elders in the community to be able to relax and enjoy some time out.

All Welcome – we’d love to have you!

Please view the below poster for more information.

Pictured Above: Elders enjoy Yarn Time at the Arts Hub



The Karratha IBN team have been busy obtaining COVID-19 packs for members.

The packs consists of:

  • RAT kits
  • Adult and child panadol and nurofen
  • Vicks
  • Lozenges
  • Face masks
  • Hand sanitizers, and
  • Antibacterial wipes

COVID-19 continues to affect people in different ways. Please remain vigilant and continue to adhere to the WA health advice.

Pictured Above: Karratha Field Officer, Ivanna Sambo and IBN member Joanna Boonga


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