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A community Christmas

08 Feb 2018

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Residents of Southbank Grand came together on December 16 to celebrate the apartment tower’s inaugural children’s Christmas party.

As one of Southbank’s newest apartment complexes located at the corner of City Rd and Power St, the Christmas celebration was the building’s first of its kind.

And much to the delight of the local families, the 15 children who attended received a gift from the man himself … Santa Clause (aka building manager David Nathan!). Many other children who weren’t able to attend on the day got personal visits from Santa.

“It was great to see the parents introducing themselves and for the children to interact and make new friends,” David said. “Given the feedback and the success of the party, this will now be an annual event!”

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