Your invitation: Victoria's Journey of Remembrance

Your invitation: Victoria's Journey of Remembrance

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August 2014 marked one hundred years since the commencement of the First World War (WWI). As part of the Victorian Government’s Anzac Centenary program (2014-2018) a free community roadshow – Victoria’s Journey of Remembrance - has been launched.

You're invited!

Retirement Communities Australia (RCA) is proud to announce that it will be hosting two roadshow sessions at Beleura Village Mornington’s Club House – and you’re invited!

On behalf of Retirement Communities Australia and the State Government of Victoria we’d like to invite you to an innovative presentation combining video, theatre and narrative on the Anzac Centenary and Victoria's involvement in the First World War.

This once in a lifetime Anzac Centenary commemorative roadshow will be held at Beleura Village Mornington’s Club House on Monday 17 November 2014 from 10am to 12pm; or from 2pm to 4pm.

You will find your invitation in the link below:

Your invitation to a free community roadshow - Victoria's Journey of Remembrance Monday 17 November

Numbers are limited. You must RSVP by 12 November 2014, to reserve a place in one of these two sessions. To RSVP, call 1800 633 126 today. Don’t miss out!

If you are interested in exploring the possibility of a move to a modern retirement village around Melbourne. Booking a tour at one of the RCA Villages around Melbourne can be a great place to start. Visit the website of the village in the region you would like to visit for contact details.

South East Melbourne

www.mainstvillage.com.au

www.cardiniawaters.com.au

Mornington Peninsula

www.caseygrange.com.au

www.beleuravillage.com.au

www.marthacovevillage.com.au

Western Melbourne

www.pointcookvillage.com.au

www.wyndhamgrange.com.au 

Ask about RCA Villages no deposit reservation process on new villas.

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