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Shed meeting date

12 Jun 2012

The Southbank Men’s Shed is gathering further momentum with the announcement of another discussion meeting to canvas interest and harness ideas.

The meeting will be held at the Boyd Centre at 5.30pm on Tuesday, July 10.

It will be an opportunity to express interest in the project, ideas on what a men’s shed should be like and to hear from stakeholders of existing men’s sheds around Melbourne.

Champion of the shed idea, Peter Harkin, encouraged anyone with the slightest interest in the project to make this meeting a priority.

Anyone interested can contact City of Melbourne’s Jasmina Stanic on 9658 8020.

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