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“Meet and greet” goes off

02 Jul 2009

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Community is alive and well in Docklands – as evidenced by the strong turnout at the Community Association’s recent “meet and greet”.

Up to 100 people packed into The Hub on June 18 with all Docklands precincts well represented.

DCA president Roger Gardner said: “The meet and greet night was a great success with the biggest attendance for a DCA function that I’m aware of.”

“The organisation of the event was a team effort and a big thank you to all our generous door prize donors. We had guests from all areas of Docklands from NewQuay to Yarra’s Edge.”

“We signed up a lot of new members and a couple of new committee members. This bodes well for the future of the DCA and I look forward to leading our committee team in planning our future activities in terms of both social events and local issues.”

Door prizes were supplied by: Aqua Hairdressers; Vibromania; Melbourne Yacht Club Hotel; Nutshack; Safeway; Squires Loft; Hair House; The Nixon; Flowers on the Dock; Bojh; Victoria Harbour Pharmacy and News; and The Hilton Hotel.

Food was supplied by: Degani; Lamore; Victoria Harbour Sushi Bar and Noodles; IGA Liquor @ Dome; and and MYO.

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