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June 2018


First Aid for Infants and Toddlers By Christine Jolly

Child Health Association Tasmania firmly believes that afterwards and allowing for plenty of hands-on lifesaving knowledge and skills should be available to practice. ALL parents of little ones (birth-5 years). Participants learned how to care for burns, CPR and This year we set aside in our budget to offer four 2 obstructed airways, bandage cuts and more. We even hour information sessions across the Southern region learned how to use a defibrillator. of Tasmania at different times of the day and week. Making these sessions available for FREE to our Hopefully our members will never have to use these members ensured that one’s bank account did not new skills. But now, many feel confident to use them keep you from learning this skill. on their own children or someone else’s child if they are ever needed. We have partnered with St. Johns Ambulance to provide an experienced instructor to facilitate these There are still spots available for the workshop 13 workshops, taking care to answer questions during and June, 12pm-2pm at the Clarence Super Clinic. Search Eventbrite for Infant and Toddler First Aid.



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President’s Report By Kate Cashman

Welcome to the May edition of the Apple for 2018. The Board has had a very productive few months – we have had traction with respect to our properties, securing leases and a sale (pending settlement)! We shall keep you updated on our progress with this and announce it all when it goes unconditional. We know this is a great step forward for CHAT and the money from the sale of the properties will help ensure that our programs and staff continue to be funded for the coming years. A huge thank you from all of us on the Board to those who have helped us with this outcome.

CHAT Board members have recently had the benefit of attending a Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania supported session of the Governance for Purpose workshop with Steve Bowman. This was held in both Launceston and Hobart and I am amazed by how interactive and interesting Steve made governance for NFPs to be. We all took away some amazing information and feel even more strategically aligned with CHAT’s vision, values and mission in the community. As a Board of Governance, we all take our strategic role very seriously and this training was a good opportunity for us to further our skills and in We are so pleased that the future of our flagship being of service to this organisation. program, Family Food Patch, has been assured for the next few years with funding that guarantees the work As always, if you have any questions about what the in the community can continue. We are all very excited Board of CHAT does, or anything else about the to see the food van named – thank you to all of you o r g a n i s a t i o n y o u c a n f i n d m e a t who have sent in suggestions – and out in the president@chatas.com.au. community.

State Executive Officer’s Report By Liz Crane

What a busy (but fun!) time it has been here at CHAT. We are now into our second century of operating, and I am so proud to see how the organisations can keep evolving to stay relevant to the members we serve. While vision statements and tag lines might change, our philosophy remains the same - we are here to Support Tasmanian Families. Here is a quick run down of where we are at and what we have been up to. As always, if you have any questions, feel free to give me a call or shoot me an email. Properties: We are continuing negotiations with the Government to finalise leases on the two properties in Moonah and Newstead, this will ensure both properties will remain as Child Health Clinics for the foreseeable future, even when sold, which we hope will be soon. UTAS: We are working with UTAS IT students to develop a family friendly application to make it easier for families to find a suitable location to meet when getting out and about. We are currently in the concept stage and hope to release the Hobart and surrounds version later this year - stay tuned! Thanks to everyone who completed our survey and let us know about your favourite family friendly cafes. This data will all be incorporated into the app and the user updated format means you will be able to share information about new places as you find them.


Tasmanian Bush Food to Plate: The TBFP project is run at the tagari lia Child and Family Centre in Bridgewater and aims to support healthy active lifestyles of families and their children and to introduce then to new food flavours, traditionally used by aboriginal people, by incorporating them into everyday, easy to prepare recipes. The project is going along well and participants are working together to create a cookbook to share.

Picnic and Play: A big thanks to the many many Hobart families who celebrated National Families Week with us at our Picnic and Play event on Salamanca Lawns. It was fantastic to work with our partners Playgroup Tas and City of Hobart to bring you this fun event. Our ‘Magic Chocolate Cake’ was a big hit with children and adults alike - we’ve included the recipe so you can try it at home (Thanks to our friends at the Tasmanian School Canteen Association for sharing). The aim of National Families Week is to celebrate the vital role that families play in Australian society. The theme 'Stronger families, stronger communities' highlights the importance of families to communities and that community wellbeing is enhanced by family wellbeing. National Families Week is a time to celebrate with your family, make contact with your extended family and friends, and share in the enjoyment of family activities within the wider community. It is a time to celebrate the meaning of family and to make the most of family life. We look forward to celebrating with you again next year. Moving forward, we have some really exciting things coming up later in the year for CHAT, including a major, exciting, fundraising event we hope all families will attend! We are so very thankful for the great support we receive from our members and supporters and look forward to Supporting Tasmanian Families for the next 100 + years.


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Family Food Patch By Emma Rowell, Program Manager

Fantastic news! We are so happy to tell you that we now have three years of secure funding for the Family Food Patch program! There are so many exciting projects that we are currently involved in developing and supporting and it’s really wonderful to see a future for them to become bigger, brighter and stronger. Our Kitchen ABC, 123 resource toolkit will be finished soon. Two of the recipes, middle eastern zucchini dip and tomato salsa, have been featured in the first pilot student film shoot of a partnership between ourselves, the Tasmanian School Canteen Association and Clarence City Council. The Rosny film students will be filming 10 of the veggie recipes (one off each card) in 10 different locations around Clarence – schools, community houses, aged care facilities etc. This first ‘draft’ features Risdon Vale Primary School and some grade 5 and 6 students. We look forward to seeing the first edit and sharing it with you very soon via our Facebook page. They will be short, 1 minute, ‘how to make’ clips.


Try the cauliflower dip on the next page and let us know what you think! Devonport Community House were the hosts of our most recent Family Food Educator training. Welcome to the Patch Juliet, Ann-Marie, Dean, Shelly, Natasha, Cassandra and Jodhi. Between them they cover a wide range of areas and networks across the North-West and already have cooking and information sessions planned with schools and community groups in the coming months. Pen and I will be heading up again to run a catch-up session in June. Another adventure just waiting to happen is our mobile community kitchen – a great partnership with the Tasmanian School Canteen Association again. The food truck will be visiting schools, events and communities across Tasmania from winter onwards. The final stage of the ‘fit out’ is happening…gas and plumbing, storage cupboards and lighting. We just need a name! We look forward to some inspiration from our Facebook poll. It’s also wonderful to see the Tasmanian Bush Food to Plate Project get started at tagari alia Child and Family Centre in Bridgewater. The project is being led by Family Food Educator and all round amazing woman Nicki Kastner, who will be running cooking and activity sessions weekly at the centre for families. The project aims to build knowledge and confidence in cooking with Tasmanian bush foods as part of every day recipes. It will be running till the end of 2018 and then we will be collating all the recipes into a book, capturing many of the beautiful stories from the community too and creating banners to showcase the ‘fruits’ of the project. This will then be a foundation for a touring exhibition through LINC’s around the State. Watch this space!

Cauliflower Recipes

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Cauliflower, lemon and yoghurt dip Total preparation and cooking time: 20 minutes + chilling time

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Makes 2 large tubs

hoW to make it:

Can be frozen in portions

what you need 1 medium head of cauliflower (florets and stem), cut into chunks


On a stove top, pour water into a medium pan to a depth of ¼ inch. Add the cauliflower and garlic, cover and bring to the boil over a high heat. Cook for 10 mins, drain and cool.


In a small frypan or saucepan, heat 2 tbsps. oil and add the onion and cumin, cook stirring until onion is soft.


Transfer to a large bowl and add the yoghurt, cauliflower, lemon zest and juice and blend till smooth using a stick mixer.


Add 2 tbsps. olive oil, whizz again until smooth.


Chill in the fridge for 20-30mins and then serve with crackers and veggie sticks.

1 garlic clove, chopped 1 brown onion, finely chopped 1 tsp ground cumin ¾ cup plain Greek yoghurt 1 tsp lemon zest, finely grated 3 tbsps. fresh lemon juice (roughly 2 lemons) 4 tbsps. cup olive oil

Cauliflower comes in green, yellow orange and even purple varieties!


Total preparation and cooking time: 15 minutes

Cauliflower and coconut soup

Serves: 4

Cauliflower fried ‘rice’

Total preparation and cooking time: 20 minutes

Raw cauliflower ‘rice’ can be frozen

what you need: 4 cups grated raw cauliflower (use a cheese grater or food processor)

Serves: 4–6 Portions can be frozen

½ cup frozen or fresh peas 2 eggs, scrambled

what you need: 2 tbsp. olive oil

how to make it: 1 On a stove top, heat the oil in a

large saucepan over a medium heat. Add the onion, turmeric, cumin and garlic. Cook until the onion is soft, stirring to coat with the spices.

1 brown onion, chopped 3 garlic cloves, finely chopped 3 cups salt-reduced vegetable stock 6 cups cauliflower chunks (florets and stems) 1 tsp turmeric 1 tsp ground cumin

6 family FoOd Patch • cauliflower recipes

½ brown onion, finely chopped ½ cup carrots, finely chopped ½ cup broccoli, (florets and stem), chopped 3 tbsps. reduced salt soy sauce ½ tbsps. olive oil

2 Add the stock and bring to the boil.

the boil. Reduce to a simmer and cook until cauliflower is soft.


Remove from heat and cool before blending with a stick mixer.


Stir in coconut milk, return to the heat for 2-3minutes to warm through and then serve.

how to make it: 1 On a stove top, heat the oil in a

3 Add the cauliflower and return to

¼ cup coconut milk Coriander leaves to serve optional

3 garlic cloves, finely chopped

Serve as a side dish or a main!

large saucepan over a medium heat. Add the onion and garlic. Cook until the onion is soft.

2 Add the peas, carrots and

broccoli and cook for 3-4 mins.

3 Stir in the scrambled eggs, cauliflower and soy sauce. Cook, stirring frequently for 5 mins.

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The Haven

Hobart and Launceston Launceston Baby CHAT @Haven on Paterson, Wednesdays 10am to 12noon

Baby CHAT is on in the Haven most Wednesdays from 10am to 12noon. We have a different focus each week with information topics to support your parenting and family health. So far this year we have chatted about transitioning into childcare, changing sleep spaces for our little ones, parenting toddlers and understanding two year old tantrums.

The Haven on Paterson continues to gain popularity as a place for families to take a quiet break in the city. We have parenting facilities, comfy chairs, and toys, books and puzzles for babies to pre-schoolers. The Haven is a great place to meet up with friends or drop in to on Our guest speakers this year so far have included a tandem-feeding your way to and from the LINC. mum who shared her journey With the support of Uniting Tas feeding through pregnancy and staff, we continue to offer opening beyond, and who was very happy times of 9.30am to 12.30pm to answer all questions with great We have also had Monday to Friday, with our Baby humour! C e n t r e l i n k ’s C o m m u n i t y CHAT discussion meetings on Engagement Officer visit, and she Wednesday mornings. If you do drop by, please ring the front s h a r e d s o m e f a s c i n a t i n g doorbell if you find the door locked information about how to make as it is often kept closed to keep sure you are receiving all the payments you might be entitled to the heat in at this time of year! as a parent, and some very practical On Thursday mornings you will find information on using MyGov and the lovely Kath volunteering in the the Centrelink app. Haven to greet you with a chat and cuppa, some knitting or other fabric In March we were very grateful to have St John Ambulance (Tas) give us child-friendly Infant and Kids First Aid sessions. Led by the lovely Darren, we learnt about first aid support for our kids across a huge range of topics. Darren is a highly experienced paramedic, first aid trainer, father and grandfather, and he skilfully delivered great information and answered our questions around the hustle and bustle of the babies and toddlers in the room. We were very lucky to again have the generosity of Darren following the success of these sessions in 2016.

Hobart Bringing Up Great Kids This year we are running a series of parenting courses at The Haven that were previously run as once-off workshops throughout the year. What a hit! Each week was really well attended with regulars and the occasional mum or dad popping in to take part. Parents were challenged to think about parenting messages passed on by their own parents, grandparents, friends, neighbours, strangers and the culture around us. We became purposeful about which messages we were going to keep and use and which we were going to discard as rubbish.

We learned about being responsive parents rather than reactive, learning mindfulness tools to help us take a step back and respond to our children in a way we would be Over the coming months in Baby proud of. CHAT, we have guest speaker optometrist Beth sharing her Some of the most enlightening knowledge as an about vision aspects of Bringing Up Great Kids is craft, or just to show you around development and eye health, a the brain development, emotional discussion around infant loss and development and the needs and our facilities. grief, baby sleep, introducing solids feelings behind our children’s Haven on Paterson volunteer Kath and the Bringing Up Great Kids behaviour. Because of this new is ready to welcome you on parenting skills program, so check knowledge we can now adjust our your What’s On emails and like us expectations and meet their needs Thursday mornings. on Facebook! and connect rather than punish. Haven on Paterson volunteer Katie is ready for a play the first Friday morning of each month too.


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Next term (July) we’ll begin the p a re n t i n g p ro g r a m C i rc l e o f Security which will run over 8 weeks. Stay tuned to our Facebook page so that you can register. Starting Solids In May, a University student conducted a workshop for local families on how to start solids with their baby well, based on the latest evidence-based research. Our volunteers were thrilled with the number of families and their little ones enjoying The Haven and learning new parenting information to start the next phase on baby feeding with success. Council Works We’re so excited to learn how Hobart City Council will role out Phase 2 of their revitalisation of Collins Court. Over the next few months a ramp will replace the few stairs headed into the carpark beside St. Davids Cathedral. In addition, easy access to The Haven for local families will be available in the back of the building (just beyond where the arches are in The Haven). Knowing that families with young children will be using this space of Collins Court they intend to make the ramp area a place for little ones to play and parents to connect. We can't wait to see their initial illustrations for the plans.


Who can use The Haven?

We are ALWAYS accepting new volunteers to join our weekly roster. The commitment is for a term (3 months), two hours a week on the same day. You could either open (9:30am-11:30am) or close (10:30am-12:30pm). You’ll make new friends among the other volunteers and regular visitors on your chosen day. Many parents who have newly relocated to Hobart find that this has been the best way to connect to the local community and form lasting friendships. Did we mention that your little ones get to come and play, too?!

All families are welcome at The Haven: mums, dads, bubs and kids, grandparents, carers, aunties, and uncles. Entry is $2 per family. FREE for Child Health Association Tasmania members.

But parents with young children are not the only ones invited to volunteer! Stay-at-home or work-athome parents with kids in school can give back to the community by giving of their time weekly to provide this welcoming space in Hobart’s CBD for young families. Yo u r e m e m b e r h o w i t w a s manoeuvring through the city with a pram and a toddler. Grandparents also make great volunteers as many have the time to give and the arms to hold wee babies while mum or dad make themselves a cuppa.

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm Location: Hobart: 121 Macquarie St, Hobart (down the alley off Macquarie St. behind St. Davids Cathedral office building) Launceston: 34 Paterson Street – opposite the Birchalls carpark Contact: Hobart: Bex Gowen, hobarthaven@gmail.com Launceston: Susannah Koch, nrc@chatas.com.au

Be sure to check your weekly What’s On emails to get further details on Haven events. You can RSVP on Facebook to these events on our Haven Facebook pages.

Honouring Our CHAT Volunteers Alison Wood Kate Cashman Katy Pryor Lisa Eckstein Jessica Greene Andrea Porte Mark Roberts Erica Noble Verity Ikin Anita Nutting Katie Scott Bex Gowen Julianne Piets Jodi Harrison


Lexi Jacobs Nadia Quintero Guiza Michelle Brookfield Sara Davis Kathryn Ervin Pat Swindells Ashlee Woodberry Jayne Jensen Rebecca Poulton Grace Hume Tamara Warland Naomi Nichols Jocelyn McLean Kath Homan

Lauren Innes Amy How (and husband Luke) Anna Jones Christine Currie Lauren Makepeace Kath-Ann Farag Jocelyn Jones Sharni Siely Melita Kemp Caz Hynes Katie Coull Christine Minchin

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The Sun Comes Up Again Tomorrow By Sonja Preston

I remember my mother talking to me as a child, about disagreements within the family – How sometimes my sisters and I would argue about something or other, and one of us would end up saying (like many 7 or 9 year olds): ‘I’m not talking to you ever, ever again’! The ‘injured’ one would be lamenting to Mum about how mean or unfair our sister was, and after she’d soothed us, she would then say: “The sun comes up again tomorrow” – meaning that tomorrow was a new day, a fresh beginning. When I was older, she talked about how she never went to bed without saying: “I love you to my Dad” – even if they’d had a disagreement – she refused to take the emotion of anger or hurt to sleep. I was reminded of this last week, when I went to a Joan Baez concert – a folk singer from the 60 -70’s who was performing in Hobart. One of the first songs she performed had a line it it which resonated for me…. it was: Every new day we have is another chance to get it right”. Now it could be many things… your relationship, an assignment you’ve been working on, or a handyman job you’ve been struggling with. I really like these sentiments as it’s a reminder that indeed the ‘sun does come up again tomorrow’, that yesterdays situation is gone and today is a new opportunity to move forward, to get it right. This also has relevance to parenting and the relationships within our families…. It’s important for us to move forwards from yesterday’s stresses or woes; that we model that to our children; and that we teach them the process too.

when your toddlers have spent the day squabbling, and the dog has barked too many times. These are the days which really test us as parents, where we get to see what’s really inside of us…. do we take a breath, calm down and deal with things one at a time, or do we explode, taking it out verbally on the children, the dog or the delivery guy who happens to turn up?

can help. Show them how getting outside in the fresh air and going for a walk helps. Show them how to If you are the latter, then it really is sit on a bush walk and breath in the an indication of overload, of the forest smells helps – all very need to take time out for you. I calming! know that can be hard to organise, but seriously if you don’t there will And, on the days when you’ve born just be more fire inside of you, the brunt of their tantrums and which isn’t good for you, or for the challenging behaviours, it’s really family. Arrange with family, friends, important that your child goes to childcare or trusted neighbours to bed with a hug and kiss from you, have your children for a few hours and words similar to this….. ‘Today or even a whole day! Do something was a really hard day for you. nice for yourself – a walk on the Mummy/Daddy loves you and I beach, a whole cup of hot coffee in know that tomorrow is going to be a cafe, a bush walk, a swim, a a GREAT day!’ – instill in your bubble bath – anything which children the concept that ‘tomorrow makes you sigh and say to yourself: is another chance to get it right’… Ahhh, this is good, I needed this’! that the sun will come up again tomorrow! The benefits are amazing – not only will you feel fantastic, but you will Happy Sun-shiny Parenting! come back to your ‘day job’ with a smile on your face again. This time off does not include an opportunity to catch up on housework…. that CHAT member, Sonja is a Senior will not give you the same buzz! Parenting Consultant, with 14 years parenting experience, on top of a Note that several of the things I 20 year teaching background. She suggested involved getting out into is also a Life Coach. Sonja can be nature…. it is well known that a found at natural environment does wonders www.theparentingcafe.com.au or for us! It’s the calming nature of the via email: natural environment, of what you sonja@theparentingcafe.com.au can see and smell there, as well as the ‘grounding’ effect. It’s as if it recharges us!

We’ve all had those challenging days where it’s one thing on top of another…. When your children have had ‘those’ days, where everything the first child missed the school bus seems to have gone wrong for and you had to drop everything to them, and they are frustrated and get drive him there, angry… as parents we have the when you’ve been just about to opportunity to teach our children walk into a shop and your baby how to handle theses sort of vomits on your shirt, situations. Show them how taking a break and moving to a new activity


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Tasmanian Regional Reports North West Northern Region


Here we are with our second Apple round up for 2018! It’s incredible how quickly the year is passing, with almost two school Terms behind us already! In February, Festivale was another great success for CHAT with a group of willing volunteers (including several Board members and our SEO!) supporting our Parenting Facility. This is one of our major fundraisers and a terrific opportunity to get our CHAT message out to the community. I am so very grateful to everyone who supported our efforts, and gave their time to make families with little ones at Festivale feel welcome and share their experiences of CHAT membership.

CHAT continues to build a presence in our North West communities, with volunteer Dustee taking on the role of Ulverstone CHAT ‘n’ Walk coordinator from the lovely Sharni. Dustee leads a walk on Thursdays along the Turner’s Beach walk, departing on the path behind Leighland School at 10.30am. Join her and her regular walkers for a family-friendly stroll and enjoy the beautiful views as you go. We are planning some parent information sessions on Thursdays following our walk in Ulverstone at a central location. Looking at topics around food, sleep and behaviour, these sessions are designed to support your parenting and answer your questions! Interested? Contact me via email to register your interest!

decisions and changes to keep your family healthy and active. Contact Emma from FFP, or me to book a session in your community! CHAT North Facebook: Haven on Paterson – find out what’s coming up at the Haven and get some great resources from other services! h t t p s : / / w w w. f a c e b o o k . c o m / HavenonPaterson/ Northern Mums Network CHAT – get in the loop with the latest and greatest information and parenting tips in our closed group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ NorthernMumsNetworkChat/

CHAT North-West Facebook: North-West Mums Network CHAT – local events, parenting tips, and Walking in Ulverstone is lovely and more in our closed group! pram-friendly! https://www.facebook.com/groups/ L a u n c e s t o n C H AT ‘ n ’ W a l k NWNChat/ welcomes a new coordinator, Verity, who is leading a weekly walk from Ulverstone CHAT ‘n’ Walk – a place the Esk Market at Inveresk. Keep an to arrange walk days and times and eye on the Haven on Paterson meet families in your local area. Facebook page and your weekly https://www.facebook.com/groups/ What’s On email for details. 1095621217122414/ Huge thanks to Lauren for taking this role until early this year. Kind regards Our wonderful Westbury CHAT Susannah Koch continues to offer Playgym on Regional Coordinator, North & Thursday mornings during school North West Terms from 10am to 11.30am. Come and join in the fun! - A • @NWMumsNetwork - a closed message from the Westbury CHAT group for discussions and team! information exchange • @HavenonPaterson – for Haven events, CHAT news and more L a u n c e s t o n C H AT ‘ n ’ W a l k • @NorthernMumsNetworkChat – volunteer coordinator Verity a closed group for discussions and information exchange The CHAT playgroup on King Island • @WestburyPlayGym – keep up has been revitalised with new with what’s happening with our volunteer Amy leading a team Westbury CHAT group’s events offering a playgroup at the old • Ulverstone CHAT ’n’ Walk Reekara school on Mondays from www.facebook.com/groups/ 10am to 12noon. Like to go along? 10956217122414 Contact Amy on 0430 194 644 for more information.


C o o rd i n a t o r : S u s a n n a h K o c h Following our recent Devonport nrc@chatas.com.au Family Food Patch training, I am thrilled to be co-facilitating some Southern Region lunchbox tip sessions for the MOPS group in Ulverstone, and in the Family Walking Group Kentish community with new Family There’s no such thing as bad Food Educators Shelly, Cassandra weather, just bad clothing. You’ll and Natasha. Family Food Patch find that our weekly Family Walking topics support you to make positive Group will brave the Tasmanian winter rather than cancel. If the

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weather is ever too much, they’ll meet up at a local indoor play centre so the littlies can still burn off e n e rg y a n d t h e p a re n t s c a n connect. Download the calendar in your weekly What's On email and print it and pop it on your fridge so you know when and where the next walk will be.

CHAPS, Hobart City Council and Social Media Pages and Contact Bush Adventures. We'd love to host more seasonal events throughout • Hobart Mums Network the year. • The Haven • HMN Chat I’ve also been invited to participate • Member-only regional CHAT in the Tasmanian Child Safety groups Network after enjoying their training day on sleep. Hopefully, C o o r d i n a t o r : C h r i s t i n e J o l l y we’ll be able to use the resources src@chatas.com.au Partnerships from this training to pass on useful We thoroughly enjoyed our Picnic information to make sure everyone and Play event for National Families in your family is getting the sleep week with Playgroup Tasmania, they all need.

Honouring Our Life Members Jean Aalbregt Wilma Ahearne Elizabeth Anderson Sue Angilley Rhonda Aram Pat Armstrong Annette Bain Miriam Baldwin Valerie Banter Kathy Barry E Basselot-Hall Jennie Basset Carol Beardwood J Beckett Helen Bennell Jenny Beswick MichelleBeuermann Lindy Bizjak Denise Bizjak Christine Booth Julie Bott Gail Bracken Mary Brain Sr Brocksopp Michelle Brookfield Sandra Brooks Karen Burgess Debra Callaghan Rini Calli Kathleen Campbell Karen Cashion Ruth Chatwin Debra Chick Gill Clarke Esme Clarke Jenny Clements Gail Close Marylynn Connelley Barbara Cooper Christine Dahlenburg Roslyn Dallas Elizabeth Daly Margaret Davis Dee Dawkins Lee De Bruyn Olivia Denholm Ann Dick Brenda Dickenson Kathryn Direen Sharon Dobson


Marianne Dolbey Vicki Donnelly Kathy Douglas Wanda Dudman Maree Duggan Maria Eaton Kathryn Edwards Sue Elson Sally Emmett Kathryn Ervin Helen Faulkner Sonia Ferguson Denise Ferguson Helen Francombe Martha Frankcombe Barbara Freeman Jill Freeman Ruth Freeman Jill French Maria Gill Fiona Gleeson Sue Glover Mary Gott Pam Graham Jan Griffiths Elvie Hailer(Darko) Brenda Hall Merilyn Hansen Margaret Harding Annaleis Hardwicke Martha Harrison Sue Harthen Pat Harthen Leonie Hawes Sheila Herrige Sandra Hickman Anita Hine Suzette Holmes Alison Holmyard Lindy Holmyard Eilin Hordvik Suzanne Horton Jenni Howlett Emily Huisman Margaret Hulton Judy Hunt Jenny Huntley Pauline Hurd Jenny Inglis Bev Ingram

Marilyn Irving Mandy Jackson Kevin Jaeger Elaine Johnson Elaine Johnston Mary Jolly Marylynn Jones Cheryl Jones Margaret Jones Anna Jones Marilyn Kays Rosemary Kellaway Mary Keller Carol Kerrison Tanya King Anne Kingston Susan Knowles Helen Lane Annette Langham Yvonne Lawrence Christine Le Fevre Joan Lennox Kaye Leonard Barbara Loane Lyn Long B Love Jillian Lynch Margaret Maine Ann Mainsbridge Celeste Marchant Jessica Marston Elizabeth Mc Dougall Julie McCarthy Judy McCoy Jean McKay Susan McKinnon Jane McKnight Jill McNeice Tanya McNeill Nancy Medwin Anita Meier Joan Midgley Peta Miley Ann Millar Charlene Milner Christine Minchin Christine Mooy Margaret Moran Louise Morgan Ann Morrison

Margaret Mott Jean Moyle Robyn Nandan Lyn Neep F Neilson Carol Newbon Leanne Newson Jill Nicholls Jennie Norish Kutha Ollington Sonia Ollongton Allison O'May Judith Paal Maree Peck Eleanor Phelan Jenny Ploughman Irene Porte Valmae Quinn Emily Rataj Julie Read Kath Reid Pam Revell Catherine Revell Audrey Richardson Fiona Ringrose Robyn Robertson Emma Rowell Vivien Ryde Pam Saggers Gail Saggers Judy Salter Raelene Salter Christine Sandman Rita Sargent Roslyn Scott Gail Scott Denise Scott Leonie Scott J Sharman Elizabeth Singleton Robyn Smith Lois Smith Kaye Smith Linda Smith Kaye Smith Tammy Smith Loriee Snook Sheila Spargo Irene Spinner Dianne Spooner

Kristy Springer Kaye Sproule Christine Stacey Elizabeth Stammer Violet Stanley Janet Stephens Glenys Stewart Rhonda Stewart Dorothy Stillwell Heather Stokes Helen Stone Anita Street Barbara Stronach Pat Swindells Rachel Sylvester Ros Tanner M Tattersall Joan Taylor Nancy Thomas Shelley Thomson Dorothy Thurley Katherine Tongs Sue Tringrove M Turner Bev Underhayes Joanne Vincent Kerrie Walkem Gail Walker Ann Wedding Maxine Wells Wendy Wells Heather Whalen Anne Whenn Katie Wightman Jill Williams Lyn Williams Marion Wilson Alison Wood Pat Woolley JM Wright Tanya Zaadstra Jill Zeeman *Please contact us regarding any missing members or edits.

The following programs are part of Child Health Association Tasmania Business Connect Family Food Patch The Haven Hobart Mums Network Northern Mums Network North West Mums Network Family Walking Groups Resource Libraries Retailers Discount Program To find out more about our programs and membership, please visit our website www.chatas.com.au


State Executive Officer Liz Crane 0428 221 886 seo@chatas.com.au

North West Regional Coordinator Susannah Koch 0429 166 565 nwrc@chatas.com.au

Finance/Admin Officer Nicole Green admin@chatas.com.au

Northern Regional Coordinator Susannah Koch 0429 166 565 nrc@chatas.com.au

Southern Regional Coordinator Christine Jolly 0400 518 154 src@chatas.com.au

Family Food Patch Program Manager Emma Rowell 0438 926 242 familyfoodpatch@chatas.com.au

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