Pallaconian Association of Canberra host dinner dance


The Pallaconian Association of Canberra and Districts hosted a dinner dance at The Hellenic Club of Canberra on July 15 this year.

The event was the first of its kind in a number of years.

Everyone who attended the event enjoyed a night of catching up with familiar faces, over food, Greek dancing and a few drinks.

Familiar faces included friends from the Sydney, Pan-Laconian Association of NSW, who made the effort to travel to Canberra. Due to the successful night, both Associations are keen to meet up more regularly at similar events.

Friends from the Pan-Laconia Association of NSW also took the opportunity to catch up with members of the Canberra Association the following day, Mr Dino and Leo Nikias.

A number of contributors assisted with the event by some form of donation, raffle ticket prizes and co-ordinating the event.




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