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Yarra River Business Association Luncheon

14 Dec 2014

Yarra River Business Association Luncheon Image

Members of Southbank’s business community were treated to another spectacular day for the Yarra River Business Association’s networking luncheon on Friday, November 21.

Up to 50 guests gathered at the Amarok Bar and Restaurant at Southgate Promenade for the last quarterly luncheon for 2014.

All were treated to an afternoon of magnificent hospitality as well as a guest presentation from the director of the new “SummerSalt” festival Kirsten Siddle, who provided an insight into what would be in store come January 23.

Practice manager at the new Medidock Health Centre Dr Sid Vohra also addressed members briefly on his new health service on City Rd in Southbank.

The Yarra River Business Association will hold its first quarterly luncheon for 2015 in February.

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