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Lunch invite

05 Feb 2018

You are invited to the March Docklands Networking Lunch.

The first Docklands Networking Lunch of 2018 promises a special after-lunch treat – an optional tour of the historic Mission to Seafarers building.

Following lunch at 2pm, mission chief manager Sue Dight will show attendees the building’s secrets and attractions.

Sue will also be our guest speaker and will briefly outline the mission’s role, history and local significance.

So book early to reserve your seat to this special event from 12 noon on Friday, March 16. 

The lunch costs $70 and must be booked and paid for in advance. 

The Docklands Networking Lunch is entering its ninth year and is renowned for meeting like-minded business people. Connections are made or renewed and business is transacted.

To book, email lunch@docklandsnews.com.au or ring Shane at the office on 8689 7979 before March 9.

 

MENU

Entree

Shared gourmet antipasto platters

Mains (alternate drop)

Otway free-range pork belly, crispy skin, baked green apples, quince sauce, herb salad with orange (GF).

OR

New Zealand crispy fried rockling fillets, nicoise salad of beans, fennel, whole eggs and caper tartare.

Dessert

Assortment of petit four desserts.

Beverages

Full strength and light beer, white and red house wines, soft drinks, tea and coffee

 

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