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April 15, 2021

Women’s Day Lunch at Beach Byron Bay

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Relax, you won’t appear in Woman’s Day, it’s on Women’s Day. On International Women’s Day 8 March, local charity the SHIFT Project, who create opportunities for women at risk of homelessness, is having a lunch at the idyllically situated Beach restaurant in Byron. Fay Jackson, General Manager of Inclusion at Flourish Australia, CEO of Vision In Mind and deputy commissioner of NSW Mental Health, will be the keynote speaker; Aine Tyrell will provide the music and MC Mandy Nolan will provide the laughs and act as auctioneer. All moneys raised from the auction and raffles goes to The SHIFT Project, Byron.

More info: Thurs 8 March at Beach $75 per head. 12–3pm. Ph 6685 8445


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