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Somerville are now on Twitter so please come and join us!

We will be posting the latest events on Twitter!

Please help us spread the word and share our pages with your colleagues and friends...

Thanks for your support in growing our social media pages!
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Somerville are now on Facebook so please come and join us!

We will be posting the latest stories and photos on our Facebook page!!

Please help us spread the word and share our page with your colleagues and friends...

Thanks for your support in growing our social media pages!
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As part of National Families Week, Somerville hosted a family fun day event in celebration of “Stronger Families, Stronger Communities”.

The event saw over 140 children and their family members from the surrounding schools and community participating in a number of relationship building activities while enjoying refreshments and fun-filled entertainment by Hyper the Clown. The event promoted further awareness of Somerville’s variety of supportive services available to children and families as well as created a sense of connectedness amongst the participants and the larger community.
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The Administrator of the Northern Territory, His Honour the Honourable John Hardy OAM kindly hosted a reception at Government House to commemorate Somerville’s 50 years of service to the Northern Territory. His Honour spoke of the good work that Somerville does and retold some inspiring stories by former clients assisted by Somerville staff.

Approximately 150 guests attended the reception including board members, staff and friends of Somerville.
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Somerville Board and staff members would like to acknowledge the recent devastating earthquake in Nepal. 

Our thoughts and prayers are with our Nepalese staff, the people of Nepal, and the Nepalese communities around the world. 

Through the generosity of the extended community we were able to make a donation of personal health and hygiene items to Nepal, through the local Nepalese Community.
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