Week 3: Welcome dinner (Thursday 10 Aug)


On Thursday, 10 August, Unimates will be having a FREE welcome dinner for all registered members. This dinner will be held in the Old Teacher’s College Assembly Hall, starting at 6pm and ending after 8pm. We’ll be having a catered meal from Ralph’s Cafe with chicken/tofu salad, as well as soft drinks and dessert. Our new sponsor, Student Flights, will be giving a speech at 7pm about the Hunter Valley and Whale Watching trips they are organizing for us, as well as the ways they can help international students arrange trips in and around Australia.

If you are interested in attending this event, please click the *comments* link at the bottom right corner of this post and reply with the following information:
Name:
E-mail:
Mobile:
Vegetarian?:

Important: We will be checking you off *the list* as you enter the event, so make sure you RSVP by replying to this post! You must also show up with your Unimates membership card — if you do not have one, please come to our Coffee&Cakes session at ISSU on Wednesdays 11:30-1:30 and let a committee member know and we will get you one.

Hope to see you there!

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16 Responses to “Week 3: Welcome dinner (Thursday 10 Aug)”
  1. Anonymous says:

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    Dear Sir/Madam,I would like to attend the Welcome dinner on Thursday the 10th of August.Herby I send you my details:Name: Jemila Dalia PoulinaStudent ID: 306058782E-mail: jpou3524@usyd.edu.au / poulina26@yahoo.cmMobile: 040 66 80 928Vegetarian?: no (please no pork)Kind Regards,Jemila Dalia Poulina

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    I would like to attend the Welcome dinner on Thursday the 10th of August.Herby I send you my details: Name: Suzanne KokrdaStudent ID: 306252325email: skok8888@usyd.edu.aumobile: 04 06 89 31 51No vegetarian

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  8. Anonymous says:

    Name: Amanda GregoryE-Mail: agre2616@usyd.edu.auMobile:0405019934Vegetarian: NoI hope you still have seats left!

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    Hi ! I would like to attend the welcome dinner on August 10th.Name : Fiona CarpentierEmail : fifica59@hotmail.frMobile : 04 05 03 83 11Vegetarian : No!!

  10. Dikshya says:

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  11. Anonymous says:

    Name: Valeska Kleidermane-mail: vkle0083@usyd.edu.auMobile: 0431376591Vegetarian: noI would like to join welcome dinner

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    Name: Goh Xing LoongE-mail: xgoh8233@usyd.edu.auMobile: 0406864551Vegetarian: NoI would like to attend the Welcome Dinner.Thanks

  13. caroline says:

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