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ROMAC Gala Ball

Posted: Monday 26 February 2018

Saturday 19 May 2018
Would you like to help save children’s lives? If yes read on…
The highlight for 2018 Canberra Ball season will be the ROMAC Gala Ball to be held at the Hellenic
Club in Woden ACT.

To Register CLICK HERE
So, Wear Red for ROMAC and come along for a great night of entertainment and dancing, and most
importantly, help support the charity which literally gives life back to children.
Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC), is an Australian/New Zealand Rotary program
which provides specialist and urgent treatment for children from developing countries in our Pacific
Region. The surgery can be life-saving or life-changing, and is not accessible in the children’s home
ROMAC started in 1988 and is giving hope and transforming lives to around 50 children every year.
For more information on this wonderful program, visit the website
Help us celebrate ROMAC’s 30th birthday by attending the Ball and Wearing Red for ROMAC in
whichever way you choose. Enjoy a deluxe three course meal, good wine and excellent company,
with the opportunity to win great raffle prizes and successfully bid for excellent auction items.
Remember to put on your dancing shoes as one of Canberra’s top bands, Smooth Ops, will keep you
dancing and a Latin American Dance demonstration will entertain you while you are dining.
Date: Saturday 19 May 2018 Time: 6.30 for 7.00pm
Venue: Hellenic Club Woden ACT Dress: Black tie (with a hint of red)
Cost: $135.00 per person

Alternatively, if you would like to offer support to the Ball and ROMAC, by purchasing a table or
tables of 10, provide sponsorship, or donate please talk to us.
Enquiries can be made by calling: 0418 786 945
Your support will help ROMAC to restore dignity and save the lives of children in our region. This
benefits not only the lives of the children, but has a positive impact on their community as well.
ROMAC is run entirely by Rotarian volunteers; surgeons donate their expertise, hospitals often reduce
costs and overheads are kept to a minimum - no office, no paid staff, etc – ensuring the children gain
optimal benefit from every dollar donated.