South Sister St. Marys, Tasmania

SOS Launch Night

WHAT HAPPENED ON FRIDAY NIGHT the 17th September, 2004?

SOMETHING THAT APPEALED TO ALL FIVE SENSES!!!!

What was seen?
Wonderful, amazing photos of South Sister, OUR mountain!
Fantastic pictures of our townscape, with our two Sisters in the background!
An informative, helpful and accurate PowerPoint presentation!
T Shirts, hats and stickers, adorned with our Sisters, our eagles and our Blind Velvet Worm!

Who was seen?
Approx. 100 people, all enjoying an incredible night at the eScApe Wilderness Café/Gallery.

What was heard?
Great speakers, lively music and lots and lots of busy conversation!

What was smelled?
The most tempting food for supper!

What was tasted?
The most awesome and irresistible food for supper!

What was touched?
Our collective hearts, as we called for our Mountain (and our town) to be saved!

YES, IT WAS THE LAUNCH OF

S.O.S

SAVE OUR SISTERS CAMPAIGN!

Please feel welcome to join our team of committed people, meeting each Wednesday at the eScApe Café at 7.00pm.

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Launch pix 1 Invited guests watching the PowerPoint presentation and listening to the information. Launch pix 2 Two of the SOS supporters at the door on the night ... selling T shirts, hats and stickers.
Launch pix 3 Three more supporters enjoying the evening. Launch pix 4 The Break O'Day Mayor in the background together with others enjoying the hospitality of the eScApe Cafe.
Launch pix 5 The Greens representative Kim Booth with SOS supporter Launch pix 6 More SOS supporters .... and one in uniform!
Launch pix 7 Two more supporters, deep in conversation and enjoying the wonderful supper Launch pix 10 Bob McMahon - guest speaker, rock climber extraordinaire and author! (Bob has rock climbed on South Sister and has included it in one of his books)
Launch pix 11 Lou Bovan - guest singer and songwriter - she wrote a song 'specially for the night - about South Sister of course! Launch pix 12 The remaining supporters, staying late into the night and still enjoying the photo presentation of the mountain.

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