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Rotary launch event next month

29 Jul 2015

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Docklanders are invited to join the Rotary Club of Docklands at the launch of the 2015 Festival of Giving next month.

The second annual Festival of Giving will be held at NewQuay on Sunday, December 6 and the Rotary Club is busy gearing up for the major event.

The event was first held in November last year, and the organising committee hope it will be even more successful this year.

Rotary member Loryn Clark encouraged locals to come along to the free launch event at the Library at the Dock on September 8.

“Rotary Docklands would also like to attract volunteers to be involved in the process and planning as well as support on December 6,” Ms Clark said.

“Encouraged by the support and interest last year, Rotary Docklands has decided to add a new angle to the festival this year and are including a Christmas Market and a Giving Tree.”

Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Royal Children’s Hospital Bioethics Centre and attendees at the September launch event will hear from Associate Professor Jill Sewell from the centre.

The event will be held at the Library at the Dock on September 8 from 6pm – 7pm.

Professor Sewell will speak on the topic of “Who listens to seriously ill children and their families?”

To book for the free event contact Loryn Clark on 0418 390 334 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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