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Please note: Registration for our 2020 SBWN AGM with guest speaker Dr Sarah McKay, is open for members only. 
Guest registrations will be open 3 September subject to availability. 

Why don't you join the SBWN and register today to save your seat at this event? We'd love to have you on board!

Christmas Gathering

  • 14 Dec 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • 612 Korumburra-Inverloch Rd, Wattle Bank VIC 3995

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  • Special price for members. BONUS offer: You can take two non-members at membership prices.

Please note:
If for some reason you simply cannot pay online now and must pay on the night, event fees will be rounded up to the nearest whole note. For example, for a regular evening event members will be $40 cash on the night, non-member registrations will be $50 cash on the night.
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OUR DECEMBER EVENT

Our Christmas Gathering will be held in the delightful surrounds of Harman Wines, Wattle Bank on Thursday the 14 th of December at 6:30pm. Join us for a relaxed and friendly evening featuring some conversation-starter networking activities. The event will also include a brief presentation from 2016 Bass Coast Young Citizen of the Year and recovered Ice addict, Rebecca Slavin. Rebecca will provide an update about the SBWN-funded initiative that has seen her talk to over 800 students and 25 staff members from six secondary schools in the South Gippsland and Bass Coast regions.

This year, we are asking for donations of sanitary items and money to support local Youth Assist Clinics, which are aimed at improving youth health and wellbeing by providing health services that are local, accessible and responsive to young people’s needs.

As always, there will be an array of door prizes on offer and delicious food and wine to enjoy. Please join us for a festive celebration to close off another great year of networking.

About our venue...
Harman Wines

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