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Lycra in public?

By johnboy - 25 July 2008 0

The following has come in to us:

    GREAT HARTLEY DEBATERS CHALLENGE

    REAL MEN AND WOMEN DON’T WEAR LYCRA IN PUBLIC

    Saturday 2 August 6.30 pm to 9 pm

    Galaxy Nightclub, Canberra Casino

    Catch up with cycling friends off the road and join us for a fun night of debating to celebrate the Canberra cycling community and its ongoing support of Hartley Lifecare. We have gathered together six of Canberra’s great debaters for a witty and exciting debate. Debaters include Mark Carmody, Lee Donnelly, Graham Downie, Judy Flanagan, Katy Gallagher, Rod Katz and Jim Trail. Sian Mulholland has agreed to be the reserve.

    Ticket includes a complementary drink and nibbles on arrival. Spot prizes during the night.

    The debate will start at 7 pm sharp and be concluded by 8.30 pm. The bar will be open and ticket holders are welcome to stay for the nightclub, which commences at 9 pm.

    All proceeds to Hartley Lifecare. The complementary drinks and nibbles have been kindly donated by the Casino Canberra.

    Tickets

    Bookings of 10 before 28 July $22; otherwise $25

    To book and pay for your tickets you can either:

    (1) send a cheque (made out to Hartley Lifecare) to FFFM Cycling Team, 159 Ross Rd, Queanbeyan ACT 2620. Please include return postal address for tickets.

    OR

    (2) Email

    wickedfysh@gmail.com to get banking details to make an electronic transfer.

    Further inquiries 6297 8587

    wickedfysh@gmail.com

    Please arrive at 6.30 pm in time to get your complementary drink and be seated for the debate which will start at 7 pm sharp. Dress, smart casual. All guests must be 18 or over.

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