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Another PeakCare competition!

It’s well and truly time for another PeakCare competition!

The rules for this competition are simple. All that you need to do is to firstly, correctly name each of the pictured artists and secondly, state what it is that they have in common (apart from being legendary Australian musicians and singers!)

PeakCare strongly recommends that residential care workers and carers who enter the competition consult with young people before submitting their entries. Depending on your age, it’s likely that you may need their help!  It would seem only fair, if you happen to submit a winning entry, that you then share the prize with them.

To enter, please email office@peakcare.org.au listing the names of each of the artists and a brief statement about what it is they have in common. Include in this email, some brief details about your name, your role (e.g. residential care worker), the organisation you are associated with, and a contact phone number and return email address. It would also be appreciated if you could indicate if you intend sharing the prize with one or more young people who provided you with some assistance.

Entries are to be submitted by cob on Monday, 21st February. A random draw will then be undertaken and the first three correct entries to be selected will win one of three prizes – a $200 gift voucher, a $100 gift voucher and a $50 gift voucher.

We suggest you start consulting young people now!

HINT: What they have in common has something to do with COVID-19.

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