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Fifty Shades of Grey girls night out to help autism service

 Fifty Shades of Grey

Hot at the box office: Fifty Shades of Grey

Men are welcome to the Autism Advisory & Support Service ‘Girls Night for Autism’ at the movies to watch Fifty Shades of Grey.

It will be on Wednesday, March 4, 6.30pm for 7pm at Hoyts Cinema, Stockland Mall at Wetherill Park.

The very popular Fifty Shades of Grey may be a bit on the naughty side, but this is about raising funds for this great south west Sydney organisation run by president Grace Fava and her committee.

Cost is $25 per person, so get in early to book your places.

There will be more than just watching Fifty Shades on the night; there will be raffles, lucky door prizes and games – in other words a fun night out.

If you wish to buy your tickets with a credit card, ring 9601 2844 between 9am and 2pm or email info@aass.org.au

 Fifty Shades of GreyIn other autism news, the San Gabrielle Association held a fundraiser – under the auspices of Autism Advisory and Support Service – for a much needed new bus at William Stimson Public School Support Unit. This was attended by 300 guests and raised more than $33,000. The cheque presentation was held last week in the grounds of William Stimson Public School, Lily Street, Wetherill Park, pictured at left.

 

 

 

 

 

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