On the 15th of October, the Tennant Creek community marched in support of breast cancer. RN Employment wore pink and decorated their offices with pink to create awareness. We were very proud to be part of this annual event in Tennant Creek.
RN Employment Services have partnered with the Literacy For Life Foundation, to help promote literacy activities for the local Indigenous people of Tennant Creek. If you are interested in getting involved with Literacy for Life activities please contact RN Employment Services office at Tennant Creek.
“The gentlemen continue to grow and build practical skills and improve the outdoor space at the activity hub” The Men have built an outside kitchen space, put up a great shade structure, which is much needed with the very hot days we have had already. The next Stage for the project is laying paving, learning new skills with – measuring, planning, and cutting to get the pavers to fit the space and be even. There is already a great space for the BBQ plus an area for having a cuppa too. Once the paving is finished, the next stage of the project will be building a fire pit for cooking and to keep warm in the cooler months.
Tennant Creek – 13th November 2020 What a great day we have had! Approximately 200 people attended the NAIDOC March and BBQ, which was sponsored by Saltbush Social Enterprises and RISE‑Ngurratjuta. In attendance were several guest speakers, including the Mayor of Tennant Creek, Jefferey McLaughlin. The local newspaper was also covering the event. It was a warm day and temperatures got up to 43 degrees, we are thankful that you all came and helped us celebrate.