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SRG gets high-tech

17 Jul 2012

SRG gets high-tech Image

The evolution of the Southbank Residents Group (SRG) has continued, with the launch of its new website, Facebook and Twitter pages.

The website is full of information on the SRG, how to join and handy links for locals, including to the local newspapers website. How thoughtful.

SRG president Mabel Vargas said she hoped the website was here for the residents to utilize.

“Ideally it’s for people to provide their own input, and to keep everyone informed,” Ms Vargas said.

The addition of a Facebook page and Twitter account ensure the group has even more online presence and don’t get lost in the ever-changing technical world.

“We want everyone to be networking and socialising. Hopefully that can lead to organising events and gatherings,” Ms Vargas said.

Make sure you like the new Facebook page by search for Southbank Residents Group, and follow the group on Twitter @3006ResiGroup.

For the slightly less tech-literate the old fashion website is www.southbankresidents.com.au. If you’ve been confused by this entire article you can still reach the SRG by post at PO Box  1195, South Melbourne, Victoria 3205.

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