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Issue 10 of Good Lives Magazine features June Goodhand on the cover.

June represented Australia in blind lawn bowls for 15 years and led the Australian team out at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Canada.

June shares how she championed for a blind bowls team in South Australia, her experience at the Commonwealth Games, and what has brought her joy after retiring from lawn bowls, which includes joining an ACH Group choir.

In this issue you’ll also find:

  • Advice from celebrity foodies Callum Hann and Themis Chryssidis on what cooking method to use and when.
  • The colour trends to incorporate in your home or wardrobe for 2022.
  • How you can start growing bulbs in pots.
  • Community stories that inspire and challenge ageist ideas.
  • Helpful tips on being scam aware, strength training, and apps to exercise your brain.
  • And more!

Congratulations to the competition winners from Issue 9! There are more chances to win in this issue, you can find competitions on pages 4, 46 + 47.

Click here for all competition terms & conditions

Want to get your hands on a hard copy of the magazine? There are copies of the Good Lives Magazine available at ACH Group’s office at 22 Henley Beach Road, Mile End, South Australia. 

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ACH Group

⚽ “It’s that social aspect that everyone’s having fun. We’re all of different ages, different backgrounds but we’re all coming together just to have some fun,” Sarah – a participant of Everybody’s Game – said.

⚽ Opportunities to enjoy club life, including playing soccer and social activities, was the aim of Everybody’s Game – a walking soccer program for people living with neurological conditions.

⚽ In April, celebrations were had to mark the end of 16-week pilot program. The weather was great and participants were showing off their skills when local soccer players frACH Groupelaide Comets joined Football South Australias GamFlinders Universityoup in partnership with Football SouthAdelaide Comets FCndAdelaide United Thank you to all involved including Adelaide Comets FC, Adelaide United, everyone who helped spread the word, and most of all participants who made that leap of faith, signed up and showed up!

⚽ In great news, the program will re-commence on Saturday 21 May, so if you know someone who could be interested to join, please let them know! 🔗 bit.ly/3l520qA
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