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October 20, 2012
7:00 pm
7:00 pm

Step Out Victoria is showcasing the works of photographers who have gone out and captured photographs of the everyday lives of people in countries such as Kenya, Nepal, Peru and Cambodia to raise funds for the sole hospital in Odede in western Kenya. There will be a silent auction for the photographs, its proceeds going to helping the people living near Odede out. Drinks will be available, with a happy hour from 7pm-8pm, so have a drink and help the needy out.

WHEN: Saturday 20 October, 7pm
WHERE: The Imperial Hotel, cnr of Bourke Street and Spring Street, Melbourne
WEB: email stepout.victoria@worldyouth.org.au or call 0428 546 743 for tickets


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