Friday, May 20, 2011

Lavington May Day, 2011.

Lavington May Day 2011 was held on Thursday, May 20 at the Lavington Centennial Park.

The program presented by students of the Lavington School students was excellent and very much enjoyed by the large number of spectators.

Queen and Princess Silver Star were among the dignitaries both at the celebration and the following Tea.

The Afternoon Tea was a great success thanks to the many tireless volunteers. I wish to express my thanks to the Lavington Community Association for the wonderful time we all enjoyed.

Below are a copy of the Program of the events and some photos contributed by Councillor Besso.


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