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Interested in Kiwanis?

01 May 2012

The Kiwanis service club wants to establish a club in Docklands and has invited interested people to a meeting on May 7.

Kiwanis member Peter Cameron said the meeting would be held at the RACV Club in Bourke St, Melbourne, at 6pm.

Mr Cameron said Kiwanis was primarily focussed on helping children.

“The Kiwanis Club of Melbourne is looking at the needs of the Docklands community with the intent of establishing a new club there,” Mr Cameron said.

“We are holding our regular meeting on May 7 and are inviting people living and working in the Docklands area to come along to our meeting to discover more about Kiwanis.”

“The time frame of establishing the new club may take up to a year and in the meantime interested persons may like to be involved in the Melbourne club.”

Mr Cameron can be contacted on 9596 4501 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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