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Dayboro High Tea 2021

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 4 Sep, 2021 - 4 Sep, 2021
 Sat 10:00am - Sat 12:30pm
 58 McKenzie St
  Dayboro, QLD
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Back by popular demand - the annual Dayboro High Tea!

This is a great opportunity to get together with some of your friends to enjoy a delicious High Tea, while supporting a very worthy cause.

Dayboro Church supports a home for girls in India who are destitute, abandoned or orphaned. These little girls, aged between 5-14 years of age, now live in a caring family environment where they are being educated, nurtured and encouraged to pursue their dreams.

Julie Elliott, co-founder of the home, will update us on the home's progress.

There will be auctions, raffles, and opportunities to purchase jewellery, accessories and other items.

Come and enjoy delectable treats of cakes, biscuits, sandwiches and of course, tea and coffee!

Gluten-free food is also available.

NOTE: This event is NOT suitable for children under 9 years of age; except for babes in arms.

Group bookings

Each table seats 6 guests. When making a group booking, please select a table and then list each attendee.

Due to COVID, we again can’t allocate you to a specific hostess this year. Be sure to buy your tickets with your friends so you’re not disappointed.

Start and End Times

Doors open at 9:30am for a 10am start. Please be there early. Event ends at 12:30pm.

Ticket Sales open 7th July and close on the 28th August 2021

**PLEASE BOOK YOUR TICKETS EARLY AS WE HAVE HAD TO TURN PEOPLE AWAY IN PREVIOUS YEARS.**

STAY AT HOME IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL, OR EXPERIENCING ANY FEVER, COUGH, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, OR SORE THROAT.

PLEASE MAINTAIN A SOCIAL DISTANCE OF 1.5M BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS DURING THIS EVENT.

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Dayboro Church supports a home for girls in India who are destitute, abandoned or orphaned. These little girls, aged between 5-14 years of age, now live in a caring family environment where they are being educated, nurtured and encouraged to pursue their dreams.

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