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October 14 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

$45

You are invited to join us for an inspirational and fun afternoon on 14 October 2017 from 2.30pm to 4.30pm in Harrisdale!

Azelene Williams, author of ‘Broken. Breaking the Silence’ will share her life story and advise on how to shield loved ones from toxic relationships. The day includes browsing various pop-up stalls, an array of tasty snacks and the lovely Sumi Botha will be performing.

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If you are interested in hosting a stall, please contact us on info@merisemedia.com.au for more information

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Payment can also be made via EFT into our bank account.
Account name: Merise Media Pty Ltd
Bank: Commonwealth Bank
BSB number: 066 166
Account number: 1064 5944
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Please e-mail proof of payment to info@merisemedia.com.au

We look forward to making you feel special and hope to hear from you soon!

 

MORE ON AZELENE WILLIAMS:
Azelene Williams, author of ‘Broken. Breaking the Silence’, will be sharing her story and give advice about shielding our loved ones from toxic relationships. She eloquently delivers a clear message against domestic and family violence as she draws on her personal experience and knowledge gained through studies. Azelene also published ‘INFERTILITY Road to hell and back’ and is the CEO and co-founder of Kidzucate Inc., a harm-prevention charity which was founded by her 8 year old daughter, Sian.

MORE ON SUMI
Sumi Botha will also entertain us with her beautiful voice. You can look forward to the following songs: Make you feel my Love – Adele, Hallelujah – Alexandra Burke,  Hurt – Christina Aguilera, Can’t Take my Eyes – Frankie Valli and much more. She will also perform her hit song Mr.no9.

Sumi Botha was singing by the age of two and at such a young age built up her repertoire of thirty songs! Sumi is best known for the song she wrote for her famous international rugby playing uncle, Joost van der Westhuizen, who succumbed to motor neuron disease earlier this year. This song went viral on social media with more than 300 000 views. Sumi studied at the WAAPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts) and has performed in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and The United Arab Emirates (Dubai).

 

 

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Date:
October 14
Time:
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Cost:
$45
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Organizer

Merise
Email:
christell@merisemedia.com.au

Venue

Baker’s House
10 Welcome Meander
Harrisdale , WA 6173 Australia
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