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Katherine Times Wed 9 Mar 2016



Katherine Times Wed 9 Mar 2016


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Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Katherine; Katherine (N.T.) -- Newspapers

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North Australian News for Katherine Times

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katherinetimes.com.au/multimedia PEOPLE & PLACES WednesdayMarch 09, 2016 KATHERINETIMES 13katherinetimes.com.au COMBINING OF GENERATIONS: Charlie Baxter andMeryl Adam joined dozens of fellow women to mark International Women's Day with a special lunch at the Katherine Club yesterday. Shirley Hey, Ninah Lewis, Maricel Damian, Annie Kells, Bernie Fernandez, Sharlii Harris, Gladys Gasman and Pansy Nalinja celebrate women. Trish Pearce andMarissaWatson share a laugh before joining in with the International Women's Day celebrations on Tuesday. Barbara Hagger, Dave Buckle, Max Hunter and Geoff Toleman catch up before the music starts at MorningMelodies on Tuesday. Alison Stefanska and Barbara Speet are all smiles as they wait for MorningMelodies to start on International Women's Day. Barbara Tynan and Jean O'Connor arrive at the Katherine Club early to begin their International Women's Day celebration. INTERNATIONAL Womens Day began in style when the Katherine Club hosted Morning Melodies on March 8, with dozens of senior Katherinites and aged care providers indulging in lunch and music. CELEBRATION OFWOMEN 40 Pearce St Katherine Ph: 8972 1276 Information for Members & Bonafide guests EASTER THURSDAY 24TH MARCH FROM 8PM PRESENTS A W 19 60 68 1

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