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APCO Inc. helps support Club Marconi’s 59th Anniversary



By Richard J Ford,  PRO of APCO Inc.
NSW-Australia
August 12, 2017

 
 


On the Monday 7th August 2017 Club Marconi celebrated its 59th Birthday Celebration, on that night APCO Inc. (Alliance of Philippine Community Organisations Inc.) helped celebrate the event by the attendance of some fourteen (14) members, including the President Pet Storey.

As Club Marconi is a generous supporter of our Community Events, APCO Inc. were happy to support this Anniversary event, of which the President of Club Marconi, Vince Foti stated in effect, “We have built a place for future generations of members, families and friends to enjoy themselves in freedom, and it is for our past members that we are thankful.”
The Dinner that was served was superb under the supervision of Carrie Viedler, of the Functions Department, serving the guests a Four-Course Dinner of Entrée with individual Antpasto, Pasta, Main Menu, Dessert with Coffee and Beverages of Wine (House Red & House White), Mineral Water, Jugs of Soft Drinks and Local Beers.
The emcee  for the night was George Vumbaca, who during the night showed his talent as a good singer by doing a solo song then joined in with the guest singer from Brisbane Queensland, Fortunato Isgro and others. The guest dancers was Stefano Oliveri, who is ten times Professional Champion and two times Winner of Dancing With The Stars, whose partner was his niece, Stefana. The music was provided by a band called, the Frank DeBellis Show Band, who were also very extraordinary in their music.


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