PARIS Green experienced a hen’s weekend to remember and it sounds like she and her guests had a ball.
The party of 12 met up for drinks on the Saturday at Aaron’s Hotel in Ultimo. They then headed to Live Art Drawing where they studied the anatomy of a naked man. On to Cockle Bay for Burlesque lessons and a show, a meal at Cockle Bay followed by a Hummer ride around the city to see the sites. They then finished the night at Retro night club where they danced the night away.
Paris was joined by friends and family from Adelaide, Orange, Newcastle, Dubbo and Wagga Wagga. Now to prepare for the wedding which will be held later in the month.
The long weekend was a time for celebrations and a few Christenings were held at St Joseph’s Catholic Church on Sunday.
Mae Rose Kennedy was joined by parents Emma-Jane Snowden and James Kennedy and her brother Wil as well as family and friends. Ingrid Catherine West was also Christened in the same service. She is a first child for Damien and Liv West. Both families celebrated after the service.
Welcome back to town Joelle Russell and Matt Clark who have been travelling the world for the past 18 months. During that time they lived in Edinburgh and travelled extensively through Europe and Asia. They also became engaged while they were away and are home to organise their wedding.
A Cancer Council girl’s night will be held at the Orange Senior Citizen’s and Pensioners room in Orange on October 13. It is a public event so everyone is welcome to attend. There will be an auction and stalls to raise money for women’s cancer research. They are happy to accept items to auction and more stalls on the night. For information join the Facebook page Cancer Council girl’s night in or email me.
Happy birthday to Dave ‘Stevo’ Stevenson who celebrates his birthday today as well as Mitch Craw, Russ Culverson and Tony Newman who all had a birthday in the past week.