One hundred years of memories
19 August 2016
Kingston Council is holding a special event to celebrate our living centenarians and needs the community’s help to make sure none are left out.
Mayor Tamsin Bearsley said all Kingston residents aged 100 or over are invited to the Centennial Lunch on Wednesday September 7.
“This event will recognise the wonderful contribution our elder citizens have made to our community over many years and will celebrate the milestone of reaching 100,” Cr Bearsley said.
“We’ve been in contact with all the local aged care homes, but we’d love the community’s help to make sure every local centenarian receives an invitation to join us at this very special event.”
The Centennial Lunch will feature a two-course meal, emcee John Blackman and musical performances.
Each centenarian can bring two guests, and transport can be provided if needed.
If you or a loved one is 100 years or older and would like to celebrate with the Mayor, please phone 1300 653 356.