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AFCS to hold dinner-dance and fashion parade

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Cynthia Northon, Chairperson of the Australian-Filipino Community Services, Inc. (AFCS), is inviting the Filipino community, sponsors and other guests to attend a Filipino Multicultural Dinner-Dance and Fashion Parade by Lilian Bermudez Creations on 11 October 2014, 6pm at the Heritage Wattle Park Chalet, Surrey Hills. The event is in celebration of the Seniors Month this October.

Ticket is at  $60 per person and attire is formal or any cultural outfit.
 
AFCS is a not-for-profit organisation and this year, for the first time,  AFCS is also spearheading  the “Filipinos Ageing in a Foreign Land Conference”.  This is a professional and voluntary endeavour to support the ageing Filipinos in Melbourne. 

For bookings, please contact Cynthia Norton on  0438-543030 or Alma Belino on 0402-644579.
                             

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