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Flash Mob: CITO @ Christmas in July

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Hidden : Sunday, July 28, 2013
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Flash Mob: CITO @ Christmas in July

A flash Mob event with a bit of a difference.

On registration for the ‘WA goes BIG in 2013 Event’,

you will receive an orange ‘Keep Australia Beautiful’

rubbish collection bag. During your caching forays over

the weekend please collect as much litter as you can and

return the bag when you record your attendance for the

Flash Mob which will be set up at the old railway station

platform in Rotary Park.

Oh, and for a bit of added fun, how about hauling out the

Christmas tinsel and baubles to make an appropriate hat.

There will be two special prize draws, one for those who

return a full rubbish bag and the other for teams who also

get into the Christmassy spirit. There will be a separate draw

for the  right to log ‘First to Attend’ the Flash Mob


Location: Old railway station platform ‘Rotary Park’.

Date: Sunday 28th July 2013


Time: 11.30-11.50



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