Valen­tine’s Day din­ner for char­ity

Western Suburbs Weekly - - NEWS - By DENISE S. CAHILL

CHURCH­LANDS phi­lan­thropist Di Watts is set to host the 12th an­nual Valen­tine’s Day Din­ner and will have her sup­port­ers Carolyn Ever­all and Muriel Clive by her side.

Money raised at the Swan Yacht Club event on Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 7 will go to­wards sev­eral char­i­ties.

Mrs Ever­all said she met Ms Watts through a friend about 12 years ago and started help­ing out at her events.

The char­i­ties she sup­ported were close to her heart.

“I look for­ward to the events be­cause they’re all so dif­fer­ent,” she said.

Soon af­ter, Mrs Ever­all started bring­ing her mum Muriel Clive along to events.

Mrs Clive is now a reg­u­lar at the fundrais­ers.

“Ev­ery­one al­ways en­joy them­selves,” she said.

In­ter­na­tional record­ing artist Ric Stern will per­form to­gether with vo­cal­ist Alexandra Hainsworth at the event.

The duo, known as The En­ter­tain­ers, will pe­form mu­sic from var­i­ous gen­res.

Pic­ture: An­drew Ritchie­mu­ni­ d447954

Char­ity din­ner or­gan­iser Carolyn Ever­all with her mum Muriel Clive and phi­lan­thropist Di Watts.

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