Goulburn Legacy rolled out the Christmas cheer recently with an end-of-year lunch for some of its widows.
Sixty-one people, including Legatees, attended the Goulburn Soldiers Club function on Friday, December 6 and enjoyed a two-course meal.
The organisation holds regular events for its war widows, including afternoon teas, lunches and bus trips. It looks after some 130 widows throughout Goulburn and district.
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Office manager Linda Marchett said the organisation was particularly grateful to Murrays Meats for donating six meat packs for lucky door prizes on Friday. Woolworths also gave six grocery gift vouchers while Legacy donated prizes.
The Goulburn North Public School choir performed a verse and sang Christmas songs.
Afterwards, the ladies enjoyed a game of bingo.
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