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    Young Members' Trivia Night

    It’s time to brush up on your general knowledge for this year’s Young Members' Trivia Night on Friday October 22 at the MCC Bowls Club in Hawthorn.

    The function is open to members aged 18-40 and their adult guests. Attendees are encouraged to form a table of eight. Smaller groups will be joined with another team to form a full table. A limit of one member per booking applies.

    Food, entertainment and the chance to win some great prizes will be included, with drinks at bowls club bar prices.

    What:              2010 MCC Young Members' Trivia Night
    Date:               Friday October 22
    Time:              7.00pm for a 7.30pm start
    Where:            MCC Bowls Section, Swinburne Ave, Hawthorn
    Dress:             Casual
    Cost:               $25 per person

    This function is now booked out.
    If you wish to join the waiting list, please email your details and number of people you wish to book to
    youngmembers@mcc.org.au .

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