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Shellharbour Worker's Club 50th Anniversary

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Enjoy a weekend of celebration

Illawarra Mercury

22 May 2006

Shellharbour Worker's Club 50th Anniversary

SHELLHARBOUR Workers' Club has a weekend full of giveaways, promotions and special events planned to mark their 50th anniversary.

Kicking off the weekend of celebrations is a $50,000 prize giveaway, where one lucky person will win a SY Ford Territory, a $4,000 Travelscene Travel voucher and a $1,000 Caltex Starcash fuel card.

Shelly's will also be holding a "free" Kidz Dance Party for members' children on the same night.

On Saturday May 27 a Black Tie Dinner will be held in the Flinders Room.

To conclude the weekend of celebrations a Family Fun Day will be held from noon on Sunday May 28.

The day will feature games and activities such as animal petting farms, pony rides, PCYC activities and community displays as well as rides including a giant slide, cup and saucer and jumping castles.

Celebrities Isabel Lucas and Jason Smith, who play Tasha and Robbie from Home and Away, will also make a guest appearance.

The celebrations will continue well into the night with 'Hits Alive DJ' on the balcony from 4pm, a fireworks display at 7pm, and a $3,000 cash giveaway.

The Family Fun Day has been organised in appreciation of the members and the community that have supported the Club over the last 50 years.

Shelly's is also giving away a free DVD player and hire voucher every day in May.

For your chance to win simply swipe your membership card at the Reward Centre to receive a ticket in the draw. TPL 06/01882, TPL 05/15191 & TPL 06/03958

*Full terms & conditions are posted on the Club Notice Board.

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