Film screening proves to be popular. If there was any doubt about the local support for Narrabri to become a truly dementia friendly town, it would have been dispelled at The Crossing Theatre on Saturday evening. The Dementia Friendly Town committee held a special screening of the Academy Award-winning film Still Alice, about a woman in the early stages of dementia, as part of its awareness campaign of the issue.
Pictured are members of the Dementia Friendly Town committee at the Still Alice screening at The Crossing Theatre on Saturday evening included Anne Williams (HealthWISE), Ros Solomon (Narrabri Shire Council), Cathy Johnson (Whiddon Group), Ron Chappel (community member), Margo Carberry (Community Health), Narrabri Shire Mayor Cathy Redding, chairwoman Dot Craig (Community Health) and Kylie Finlay (community member).
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