Senior Citizens publicity officer Mick McEniery and president Joe Owens are looking forward to the Australia Day party.
Senior Citizens publicity officer Mick McEniery and president Joe Owens are looking forward to the Australia Day party.

Warwick centre off to a really big start on Australia Day

THE Warwick Senior Citizens Association will kick off their 2013 program by celebrating one of the biggest events of the year - Australia Day.

This Friday, the Albert St centre will be bustling with activity as members and guests enjoy a day of festivity.

Publicity officer Mick McEniery said everyone was welcome.

"This is not just for our members. We welcome all members of the seniors community to come along and enjoy the day with us," he said.

Mr McEniery said the association was always on the hunt for new members and encouraged people to consider joining.

"It is a great way to meet new friends and enjoy an array of great activities," he said.

From 9.30am, there will be games, morning tea, movies, lunch and afternoon tea.

An Aussie menu will be on offer, including damper, corned beef, pavlova and lamingtons.

Entry to the event is $12 a person.



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