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Get festive for a cause

THE spirit of Christmas is in the air, with tickets to Little Haven Week 2010 Launch Event “Christmas in July” Luncheon this Sunday selling fast.

The Gympie Civic Centre will be transformed with Christmas carolers heralding your arrival, a sumptuous menu of traditional Christmas fare prepared by Monica Cannon and internationally-acclaimed Tom McCahon entertaining you throughout the lunch.

Brisbane-born Tom’s piano-vocal repertoire ranges from hard rock to grand opera.

At the age of 12, Tom commenced his singing career with “The Dutch Boys Choir” touring Holland, Germany and Denmark.

His journey has seen him perform at many major events including Expo 88, the Warana Festival and the Governor’s and Lord Mayor’s banquets, to name a few, and has toured extensively throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Known affectionately as “Mr Versatile”, Tom will be a treat for all on Sunday.

The luncheon is an ideal way to spend time together with your family and friends while helping a very worthy cause, Little Haven Palliative Care, raise much-needed funds for its compassionate care and living support to the terminally ill in our community.

Bookings essential with Little Haven 5482 9091 or purchase tickets from Hair Review or Shoenique, Mary Street Gympie. Adults $35, children (5 – 15 years) $20. Bookings close Thursday.

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