Maroochydore

Maroochydore Branch special event

QJA Maroochydore Branch
Christmas in July special event

The Maroochydore Branch is planning a "Christmas in July"  type Dinner event for its Branch members.

It is to be held on Monday evening 26th June at the Maroochydore Bridge Hotel (formerly "Trader Dukes").

Please make a choice from the menu –  and advise us which "main  course" and which "desert"  among the options available so we can have it pre-ordered for you. You then only need to pay on the night of attendance $24.50 per person (for the two course meal).

Drinks are at your own expense plus there is to be  a lucky door prize on the night.

Arrive at 6.30 pm for a 7.00 pm sit-down dinner.

Further enquiries to the Maroochydore Organiser

…. Kevin Brewer – 07 5479 0460
… or mailto:maroochydore@qja.com.au

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