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Magic 21 for YRBA

10 Dec 2019

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The Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) celebrated its 21st birthday last month with a special luncheon for members at Belgian Beer Café at Riverside Quay.

More than 50 members attended the celebrations on November 29, including past presidents Andrew Hughes and Stan Liacos, who is currently working as CEO of the Queen Victoria Market.

Current president John Forman thanked members and key stakeholders for their ongoing support of the association, while executive officer Tim Bracher, who has served in the role since the group’s establishment, provided a presentation on the history of the YRBA.

From everyone at Southbank Local News, we wish the YRBA a happy 21st birthday and say thanks for its constant backing of local businesses and our Yarra River.

The YRBA will return with its next networking luncheon in February 2020.

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