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Karori Wildlife Sanctuary Quiz Evening 18 June

Karori Wildlife Sanctuary Quiz Evening – Saturday 18 June 2005 from 7.30pm

Don’t miss the annual Sanctuary Quiz Evening on Saturday 18 June 2005 from 7.30pm. As well as the quiz there will be raffles, bargains to buy and laughs a plenty. Funds raised from the quiz night will go towards supporting the restoration work at Karori Wildlife Sanctuary.

The cost is $15 per person, with 8 people per team. Make up your own team or be placed with others to fill a table. BYO nibbles and drinks. Supper will be provided. To book your place email quiz.me@sanctuary.org.nz or phone 04 920 9206.

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