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ATTENTION...............CHRISTMAS PARTY ALERT!

Christmas is sneaking up on us really quickly so now is the time to ensure that your name is booked in for our fun-filled parties………and a visit from some very special guests bearing gifts!! 

The 5 and under Christmas party will again be held at the FENWICK HOTEL between 2-4pm on SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER where you can enjoy loads of party games, magic tricks, dancing and some special treats. 

Members aged 6 and above are invited to the ODEON CINEMA; Queens Drive, Kilmarnock at 9.45am on SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER for a special viewing of the latest Christmas film release. 

To ensure your party place, please fill in your name on the slip inserted in with the newsletter which will be coming through ypur letterbox shortly and return the completed form to us at Power League by 18 November.


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ATTENTION...............CHRISTMAS PARTY ALERT!

Christmas is sneaking up on us really quickly so now is the time to ensure that your name is booked in for our fun-filled parties………and a visit from some very special guests bearing gifts!! 

The 5 and under Christmas party will again be held at the FENWICK HOTEL between 2-4pm on SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER where you can enjoy loads of party games, magic tricks, dancing and some special treats. 

Members aged 6 and above are invited to the ODEON CINEMA; Queens Drive, Kilmarnock at 9.45am on SUNDAY 6 DECEMBER for a special viewing of the latest Christmas film release. 

To ensure your party place, please fill in your name on the slip inserted in with the newsletter which will be coming through ypur letterbox shortly and return the completed form to us at Power League by 18 November.

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