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IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND THIS IMPORTANT FUNCTION, WISH TO APOLOGISE AND LEAVE A DONATION* TO SUPPORT THE SIR RODEN CUTLER AWARD APPEAL, PLEASE GO TO THE 'BOOK NOW' PAGE AND SELECT THAT OPTION.
Members of the Primary Club of Australia and their guests are invited to attend the "Baggy Green" Awards Dinner, hosted by the Hon Ray Williams MP, NSW Minister for Disability Services, at NSW Parliament House, Macquarie Street Sydney, commencing at 6pm on Thursday 15th November 2018.
          
The program will include a panel of Australian cricketers (Mark Taylor AO, Len Pascoe and John Dyson, maybe others) and historian Michael Fahey speaking about the history and meaning of the famous 'Baggy Green' cap.
          
Plus the Sir Roden Cutler Award for 2018/19, in the presence of former winners of the Award, Katie Kelly OAM and Liesl Tesch AM MP.
Master of Ceremonies is broadcaster and commentator Stephanie Brantz.
The Primary Club appreciates the support of our Sponsors Breene & BreeneQBE, Allen & Unwin and Sura Group.
Date:  Thursday 15th November
Time:  Drinks and canapes in the foyer from 6pm; Dining Room at 6:45pm
Venue:  Strangers Dining Room, NSW Parliament House, Macquarie Street 
Dress:  Business suit, Club tie and blazer, cocktail dress
Tickets:  $220pp (includes a tax-deductible donation of $110); Tables of 10 at $2,200; Gold and Silver sponsorship tables at $6,000 or $3,200 each.  To proceed, click on BOOK NOW at the top of this screen.
Note:  This site accepts Visa, Mastercard and American Express, the latter incurs a 1.1% surcharge.  There is a 30c transaction fee. 
*All donations to the Primary Club's charity trust are tax deuctible. 
"BAGGY GREEN" AWARDS DINNER
The Primary Club of Australia's "Baggy Green" Awards Dinner, NSW Parliament House, Thursday 15th November 2018

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Strangers Dining Room
NSW Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

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