Hear Peter FitzSimons speak

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This year’s Shrine of Remembrance Annual Dinner is themed Kokoda and will be held on Tuesday 13 November 2012 at the Melbourne Town Hall. The guest speaker will be author of Kokoda, Peter FitzSimons. Are you interested in attending?

All proceeds will go towards the Shrine’s community education programs which includes the education of over 45,000 Victorian school children annually.

Tickets are $200 per person with $50 tax being deductable. Friends of the Shrine can purchase their tickets for $180.

For more information please visit www.shrine.org.au or call (03) 9661 8100


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