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Cobram and Tocumwal Rotarians mark the new year in style

Members and friends of the Rotary clubs of Cobram and Tocumwal joined together for their first meeting of the year at Barooga Botanical Gardens on Wednesday last week for what has become an annual social evening.

LEONIE BOURKE January 18, 2013 4:40am

Bert Orr, Mike Dooley and Dom Tedesco.


Members and friends of the Rotary clubs of Cobram and Tocumwal joined together for their first meeting of the year at Barooga Botanical Gardens on Wednesday last week for what has become an annual social evening.

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The Rotary Club of Cobram’s first major event this year will be the annual Australia Day celebrations on Saturday, January 26, at Cobram Civic Centre.

The program will commence at 10.30am with entertainment by Cobram Pipe Band and Nicky Goldsworthy and presentation to the various category winners.

Following the formalities, Rotarians will provide drinks and a barbecue at the civic centre.

Everyone is invited to attend the ceremony to celebrate our heritage and to acknowledge the people and organisations who will be honoured on the day.

For more information on Rotary visit the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rotarycobram

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