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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Back to Plenty this Sunday

Plenty, as defined by Google Maps.
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IT looks like being a great day at the Salmon Ponds this Sunday, March 2, when it will be Back to Plenty Day. Spokesman Brenda Triffitt says it's about 25 years since the last reunion was held.

The gathering will start at 11am at the Salmon Ponds, Salmon Ponds Rd, Plenty. Admission to the ponds will be $3 for those attending the reunion - be sure to let the people on the gate know that you are there for the Back to Plenty event. Tea and coffee will be supplied - bring your own picnic lunch.

Anyone who has been associated with the district or any of the following Plenty properties is welcome to attend: Glenleith, Redlands, Salmon Ponds, Kinvarra, Belmont, Charlemont and Ivanhoe. Casual workers such as hop pickers are also invited as are former students of the Plenty State School.

1 comment:

  1. Was a great day with over 100 people attending , great venue , and great weather - lots of memories and old friends re united
    Steve Balmforth