Salisbury Reunion July 23 to August 7 2011.....BE THERE!!!!!!!!:-)
Whats the latest?
Things are swinging down here in preparation for the reunion! Whats new??
For the ladies who were asking. A rounders match has been included in the reunion Calendar during the Bawi Olympics. Please register before June 30th to be part of the event.
Primary school uniforms can be made per order for the jour overt band. To order, please send your measurements and information to firstname.lastname@example.org
For weekly updates, log on to the swinging BawiTv every sunday, from 1:00pm - 3:00pm. Interact with other views and contribute to the show in real time. Meet other community members who are also catching up with the lastest news on the reunion!! See you there!!
Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Reunion 2011
1. How can I help??
There are several ways in which you can help our efforts to make our reunion a success:
i. Financial donations can be sent to the committee via Moneygram. Monies can be sent The Salisbury Reunion Committee C/O Curth Charles.
ii. Make a contribution in kind. Groups or individuals may put together donations in kind in the form of a barrell. These barrels can be shipped in the name Salisbury Enhancement Committee C/O Franklyn Georges or Gerald Williams., Salisbury Dominica.
iv. In order to help us to keep monitoring the number of returnees, please let us know that you are coming, by emailing us at email@example.com
v. We are trying to purchase a hi-Fi system for the reunion and beyond. In light of this, we are asking Salisbarians to donate a minimum of $5 in order to meet that requirement, as it is one of the largest expenses for the hosting of the reunion, and can be used during future events.
2. What are the activities to expect during the reunion?
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