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Enabling Love Event

Enabling Love would like to thank Parafed for giving us this opportunity to work with them on our Sports Night event. We hope to continue to work with them up and down the country as our membership continues to grow. We would like to thank Kelsey for all her hard work for this event and wish Parafed well for the future.

We would also like to thank Martin Kean and Molly Willis from the Design School at the Otago Polytechnic for support with the graphic design of the event poster and look forward to maybe working with Molly more in the future.

Tickets for our second event in the Social Series, “Sports Night” at the Edgar Centre in Dunedin, are on sale until 4pm today and the event starts at 6pm. There will be table tennis and boccia as well as provided food and drink.

https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2018/enabling-love-social-series-2-sports-night/dunedin

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