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Come and network

28 Feb 2012

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The quarterly Docklands News Networking Lunch is being held at the Harbour Town Hotel on March 16 and everyone is welcome to attend.

Over recent years, the lunches have attracted between 50 and 80 guests with participants reporting great local business networking opportunities and plenty of business being conducted over a wonderful meal.

Guests are encouraged to sit with people they don’t know in an effort to foster the beginning of new business relationships within the Docklands business community.

The lunches cost $60, which includes a three-course meal and beverages.  To book and pre-pay by March 9, ring 8689 7979 or email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The lunch starts at midday (for 12.30) and Harbour Town Hotel can be found between the wheel and the Icehouse at the rear of the Harbour Town Shopping Centre.

The March lunch menu is:

  • Entree: Prawn and avocado timbale served with rocket salad and marie rose dressing; OR Rare seared duck breast on parmesan risotto and thyme-infused jus. (Greek salad for vegetarians)
  • Mains: Oven-baked chicken breast stuffed with zucchini, capsicum and feta on garlic butter chat potatoes with honey sesame-glazed carrots and gravy; OR Rosemary-crusted lamb rump on sweet potato puree with buttered beans, wilted spinach and minted jus. (Wild mushroom risotto for vegetarians)
  • Dessert: Chocolate mud cake with double-cream and chocolate dip strawberry; OR Passionfruit cheesecake with mango coulis.
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  • Shirley Leheny at 5:17pm on 23/04/12

    I like your paper very much please keep me in touch

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