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Save the Date: Wednesday 1 March 2017

 

An Evening with Geraldine Cox AM, 

Founder of the Sunrise Orphanage Cambodia

 

6.00 pm for a two course dinner,

Mercure Hotel, cnr. Gheringhap & Myer Streets, Geelong

 Tickets: $49.00 from trybooking.com

 For more information call Joy 0409 343950

Geraldine Cox AM

 

 

 

To find out more about Geraldine and her work, take a look at the following links.

Sunrise Cambodia

ABC - Australian Story 2015

 

 

 

 

Family Day Picnic

 

Celebrating Amelia Earhart Day

 

Thanks to all our Zonta members, family and friends who joined us on Lethbridge Group
Sunday 22 January 2017, for our annual fellowship day, held this year at Lethbridge Airport.

Garry Baum

 

Our host for the day, Airport owner Garry Baum, entertained us with stories about the development, operation and future of the airport, before taking the group on a guided tour of some of the facilities.

 

The day concluded with the Second Annual Paper Plane competition with some very serious designs on show - along with some very basic flops!Comp Winners

Competion winners Greg, Jamie and Fiona show off their winning designs:

A great day out for everyone.

membership Committee







For a Calendar of club activities for this year, see our Coming Events page.

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Zonta Says No

 

“Zonta Says NO to Violence against Women” is a Zonta International campaign to raise awareness of  the issue and increase actions to end violence against women and girls around the world. The campaign, which began in November 2012, features the service and advocacy actions of Zonta clubs and districts to prevent and end violence against women and girls in their local communities.
 
It also highlights Zonta International’s ongoing efforts to end violence against women and girls through the Zonta International Strategies to End Violence against Women (ZISVAW) program and through Zonta’s partnerships with the United Nations and its agencies.  
 
 


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