Func­tion to greet new neigh­bours

South Western Times - - Faces & Places -

COM­MU­NITY mem­bers gath­ered to meet their neigh­bours, some for the first time, over their favourite foods at the Bun­bury Eat, Share, Con­nect on Satur­day.

At­ten­dees brought their favourite dishes with enough to share for the din­ner at St Au­gus­tine Unit­ing Church.

The Vo­cal Fu­sion Choir opened the night per­form­ing a num­ber of Aus­tralian favourites in­clud­ing I Still Call Aus­tralia Home and I Am Aus­tralian.

Vol­un­teer Saswati Pal said the night was de­signed to help new­com­ers meet their com­mu­nity and also to bring the com­mu­nity closer to­gether.

Ms Pal said the event would be re­peated, though a date had yet to be set, and all would be wel­come.

Cr Betty McCleary, Miranda Di­vine, Rob Turner and Miranda Di­vine, all of Bun­bury.

Don Vaughan and Tony Lid­di­ard, both of Bun­bury.

Bun­bury MLA Don Punch and his wife He­len.

Cr Mur­ray Cook and Carol Skeet, of Bun­bury.

Michael and Elisa McIn­tyre, of Bun­bury.

Sara-Jane Raf­fan and Ge­off Robin­son, both of Bun­bury.

Ta­tenda Mut­yara, of Bun­bury, with her niece Ch­eryl, 11, and nephew Kevin Manyura, 4.

Sheza Ja­raula, Kate-Lin Schipp, 10, and Es­ther Schipp, all of Bun­bury.

Tr­ish and Mike Calvo, of Clifton Park.

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