Greek Returned Service League members enjoy trip to NSW South Coast

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By George Chiotis.

The Greek Returned Service League members (RSL) went on a trip to NSW’s South Coast.

It was a fantastic, sunny day, despite the forecast. The drive included heading to Gerroa, about 150km south of Sydney. Other visited areas included Bald Hill, Stanwell Park, Kiama, Blow Hole, and Wollongong.

Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip lunch.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip sights.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip gathering.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip food.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip group.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip.
Greek RSL Trip.
President P. Tsigounis and the Board has expressed their gratitude to all of the 50 passengers who came on the trip.
President P. Tsigounis and the Board has expressed their gratitude to all of the 50 passengers who came on the trip.

Singing, humour and good heart made the trip an overall wonderful experience. RSL President, Peter Tsigounis and the Board, expressed their gratitude to all of the 50 passengers for their participation on the trip.

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