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Kelston Community Family Day

March 12, 2015 at 9:36 AM

Malo Lelei to all, 

Sisterhood NZ and Kelston Girls College presents "Family Day" 2015. We would love to invite you to attend Family Day on Saturday 28th March 2015 10AM-4PM. We are sending an email out to those who may be interested to hold a FOOD STALL, INFORMATION/ PROMOTION STALLS, CAREER STALLS for Family Day this year. Also if you are interested or know anyone who wants to PERFORM and bring entertainment to our communities whether you are a school, church, band, dance crew, singer, choir, individual artist. Please contact me directly. 
Attached is the application form with all information required. Site allocations will be made on a "first in, first serve basis". Do note that we only provide the stall space and you are required to provide your own tables, chairs and power supply on the day.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Kind Regards

Leva Latu Faafua



(09) 8139670


Category: Community Notices