CODED MESSAGE COMPETITION

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The competition is run by Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia inc as part of its campaign to work with young Aboriginal people to tackle smoking and live healthy lifestyles.

The competition                             

The “Don’t let your dreams go up in smokes…” coded message competition (sheet 1 & 2) has been developed to engage young Indigenous people between the ages of 8 – 14 to further promote and create awareness on the impacts of smoking in their lives and how it can affect their dreams.

The coded message competition incorporates a smoking message to be solved by using a key of no smoking and dream symbols.

Instructions

To Enter
Download entry froms below or request via email at: tacklingsmoking@nunku.org.au

Download Sheet 1:   Coded compitition – Sheet
Download Sheet 2: Coded compitition – Sheet 2

Activity
Complete the coded message by using the key table at the bottom of the form

Send in your entry
Provide your name, age and contact number. Entries to be sent via email to: tacklingsmoking@nunku.org.au, returned to one of the Tackling Tobacco and Healthy Lifestyle Team members or in hard copy by post to:
Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia
c/o Tackling Smoking and Healthy Lifestyle team
PO Box 7202
Adelaide SA 5000

*Please note: entries will only be accepted from participants living in South Australia

Prize:  
Beach House – Power House Vouchers valued at $39. 70 minutes of unlimited rides and games.   Prize and ticket games excluded.   See http://www.thebeachouse.com.au/pricing/

Selection Process:           First three correct entries selectedfrom the entry box.

 Competition Open:        1st August 2015

 Competition Close:         31st October 2015   5.00pm

 

What is the ‘Don’t let your dreams go up in smokes…’ campaign?

‘Don’t let your dreams go up in smokes…’ is a new campaign by Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia to prevent the uptake of smoking among young Aboriginal people in Adelaide. The campaign builds on the successful Rewrite Your Story project – winner of a 2013 Deadly Award!

 The campaign encourages young people to have their say about smoking. It is about learning from our young people, and empowering them to make good choices about smoking early on. Throughout the campaign we’ll be sharing stories, videos, photos and illustrations on what young people think about smoking, why it is harmful, even when you’re young, and what dreams can be achieved by being smoke-free. Look out for us online, on Facebook and in schools!

Download Guidelines: Coded compitition – Guidelines

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