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Christmas is upon us

Some where in my travels I have lost the charger for my camera so it will be a wee while longer before I am able to pop any photos on the blog, but in the mean time we are having some Chrissy Cheer at amitie!!
Christmas Charity Challenge

Put your creativity to good use and help us raise some money for charity this Christmas.
For the month of November we challenge you to make a Christmas decoration using any material and technique - as long as it is handmade! Then join us on Monday November 30th for an evening of drinks, nibbles and fun and help us fill the Christmas tree in the amitie window. amitiƩ will be offering a 10% discount to all customers who attend the evening on November 30th, and a further 10% of all sales on this night will be donated.
Your handmade decorations will be available for sale throughout December for $10 each, all proceeds going to Police and Citizen’s Youth Club (PCYC).
PCYC is a local, non-profit organisation that aims to improve communities through youth development. It provides supervised recreational activities for young people, with the majority of youth who attend the club being from low-income families or are Wards of the State. PCYC provide early intervention programs for these young people and is a truly worthwhile cause.
Go on, you can make as many as you wish. Help us fill that tree!
Send us an e-mail if you’re attending for catering purposes.
For more information on PCYC visit http://www.pcyc.org.au

Comments

Rook No. 17 said…
Found you through Audrey and Maude. What a wonderful event! We're continents apart, but I intend to honor the spirit of your ornament drive with a contribution to a local charity. Warmest wishes for the happiest of holidays and a very successful event, Jenn

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