Picnic at Kings Park – Sunday 4 November 2012

It’s that time of the year again! Our annual picnic in the park is going to be on Sunday 4th November from 11am – 3pm.

We’ve sent out the fliers but somehow forgot to confirm that it will be in Kings Park as usual.

We will be in the same spot as last year – between the Vietnam War Memorial and the Lake.

If you haven’t received your flier in the mail – it’s a good time to give us a call to check that we have your current address.

In other news, Paul is living in the Philippines for the next couple of years. He is coming back especially for the picnic, so it would be great if you came down to say g’day.

We’ll be supplying the bbq meats and vegetarian alternatives, all you need to bring is a plate to share (salad or dessert), a picnic rug or chairs, and a smile.

This is an all ages picnic, so bring the family along too.

It will help our catering if you RSVP to Jenny on 9322 5576 or jenny@geelen.com.au.

Looking forward to seeing you there!


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