Support the Justice for Cyprus cause at SEKA NSW’s fundraising luncheon

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SEKA NSW is inviting people to a fundraising lunch at the Cyprus Community Club at 58-76 Stanmore Road, Stanmore on Sunday, July 7 at 12.30pm.

The lunch will include a documentary screening.

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All takings on the day will go towards the expenses of the commemoration for the 50th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. 

Tickets are: $60 for adults and $35 for children under 12. For bookings please contact: Cyprus Community Club on 9557 1256, Chris Koulinos on 0404 876 331, or Dr Miranda Adamou on 0417 440 978.

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