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Defence Housing Australia (DHA) will play an important role at the 2018 Invictus Games, not only as an official supporter but also by providing entertainment to kids of Defence competitors who have travelled from near and far to support their loves ones.
On Saturday 6 December, residents came out to enjoy the 'community end of year party' at the AE2 residential development in Ermington. The community event was to celebrate one year since AE2 welcomed its first residents and the final completion of all 210 townhouses this year.
The children of Defence families at The Willows State School got a very special visitor, with Defence Housing Australia’s (DHA) favourite fury friend Rex D. Dog dropping by to help the school’s librarian read his book, Sticking Together, to a group of more than 80 Defence kids.
TODAY show’s celebrity vet Dr Katrina Warren joined Managing Director Peter Howman and Rex D. Dog at Gold Creek station to launch Defence Housing Australia’s second children’s book Sticking Together.
TV vet, and mother of one, Dr Katrina Warren will launch the second in a series of books aimed at kids of Defence force families on Sunday 18 May at Gold Creek Station, Hall. The book, Sticking Together, is a light-hearted story aimed at four to eight-year-olds.
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