Sight & Sound for Kids Lunch 2017 - This DO has finished

Sight & Sound for Kids Lunch 2017
 13 Oct, 2017 - 13 Oct, 2017
 Fri 12:00am - Fri 3:00pm
 Henderson Parade
  Merewether, NSW

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RIDBC invites your company to be part of the 6th annual Sight and Sound for Kids lunch, at Merewether Surfhouse, Friday 13th October. 

Guest speakers will be Lawrie McKinna, CEO of the Newcastle Jets and  Ernie Merrick newly appointed Head Coach of the Newcastle Jets. It will be a great opportunity to hear firsthand plans for the 2017/18 A-League Season.

As well, we will have Matt Cameron who has represented Australia in Blind Cricket, who will talk about his hopes to develop a Blind Soccer team here in the Hunter. An inspirational young man, Matt’s drive and determination will amaze you as we learn more about his plans for the future. 

RIDBC is a charity providing quality and innovative education and therapy services to people with vision or hearing loss.  RIDBC educators use face to face treatments combined with modern technology to connect children and adults with the expert therapy and services they need. Through RIDBC Teleschool, we support families living in regional areas of Australia using high quality videoconferencing technology.  We have developed technology that works with smart phones, iPads and computers to assist in learning and development including our own suite of apps that support our teaching. 

We have an excellent Committee putting this event together and they are all very well-known business people from the region and it would be our pleasure to have you join us to learn the latest on the Newcastle Jets and the huge role soccer plays in our region.

This is a great opportunity to invite your staff and clients to this inspirational lunch and through your partnership show your support for RIDBC Hunter, a highly regarded local charity that supports children and adults with vision or hearing loss. 

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 Darren Parmenterorganiser

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Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children Hunter

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