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Use your trivia powers to save the Moon Bear

By Barcham - 27 May 2013 5

Moon Bear!

Anyone who is anyone loves Moon Bears, and you can prove your the most anyone out of everyone by going to an Animals Asia trivia event to help free these brilliant animals from bile farms.

The trivia afternoon isn’t until September, so no excuses.

Save the date.

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Use your trivia powers to save the Moon Bear
MareePSasja 12:32 pm 15 Sep 13

Will be there with bells on. Have baked a batch of gooey, moist fudge brownies to contribute to afternoon tea.
Should be a fun afternoon and great fundraising opportunity for a charity my partner and I have been supporting for many years.

Pork Hunt 3:57 pm 11 Jun 13

poetix said :

Glad you fixed it.

But there do seem to have been a few little ‘computer glitches’ today…Are you running the show on your own, Barker?

One woof for yes, two woofs for no…

poetix 3:20 pm 11 Jun 13

Glad you fixed it.

But there do seem to have been a few little ‘computer glitches’ today…Are you running the show on your own, Barker?

Barcham 2:51 pm 11 Jun 13

Hmm the poster seems to have vanished for no reason. I believe I’ve fixed it, but if it vanishes again I’ll plonk the details down here.

Sunday, 15 September 2013 2.00 – 6.00pm (questions start at 2:30pm)

St Edmund’s College, Narrabundah, enter at the gate on McMillan Cr, off Canberra Avenue

Quizmaster: Canberra identity, Mark Carmody

Tickets: $25.00 Tables of 8

A light afternoon tea will be provided. BYO drinks.

Tickets available from: Sue Fallon Telno: 0451680101; email suefallon@bigpond.com.au or Lee Dean Telno: 0409207241

Catty 2:10 pm 11 Jun 13

Who is running it, and where is it on?

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