Wamarra Indigenous Round luncheon success
Williamstown Football Club was able to hold a successful luncheon in the luxurious Seaview Events Centre on Sunday ahead of the VFL side's Wamarra Indigenous Round clash against Richmond.
Wamarra's Managing Director Hayden Heta gave an Acknowledgement of Country before talking to guests about the Aboriginal-owned and operated Victorian-based civil contractor, which provides meaningful long-term economic independence and career opportunities for Aboriginal people and their communities.
It was also a privilege to welcome AFL football operations boss and former Geelong great Steve Hocking, who enlightened guests about his playing days and his current role in the game.
A two-course meal, provided by The Greenery, and beverages was enjoyed before all attendees watched the thrilling VFL game on the TV displays.
A range of raffle prizes were also given away, including two tickets to our 1990s Team of the Decade function coming up next month.
The event was held in accordance with all Government advised COVID-19 protocols for function centres. The Club made all special arrangements required for the match day function and all steps to ensure the safety of all attendees and staff was being taken.
The club thanks all guests and the speakers for their involvement on the special day.
(Photos by Martin Keep).
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