The Lucky Starr Dinner Show – Saturday 30 May 2015

 

Lucky Starr Slide

THE LUCKY STARR DINNER SHOW
St George Masonic Club – Mortdale
Saturday 30th May 2015

The Freemasons’ Association will hold a fund raising night in aid of Macquarie University Motor Neuron Disease Research, on Saturday 30 May 2015 at the St George Masonic Club, 86 Roberts Road, Mortdale.

Motor Neuron Disease is an aggressive terminal neurological disease which strips sufferers of their ability to use their limbs, speak, swallow and eventually breathe and all this while they remain mentally aware. Professor Dominic Rowe, chairman of the research committee of MotorNeuron Disease Australia said that there are about 1,400 Australians with the disease and the average survival is three or four years from diagnosis to death.

The night features well-known Australian entertainer, Lucky Starr who is well-known for the hit record “I’ve Been Everywhere” but whose style ranges from Rock & Roll, to Country through to Jazz. In addition to touring Australia’s capitals and regional centres, Lucky has performed extensively in the United States on the Nevada Circuit, The Flamingo in Las Vegas, The Mapes in Reno and Harvey’s in Lake Tahoe. As a result of his success in America, Lucky was invited to perform with the Hilton Chain world-wide and spent several years on tour. He was the first Australian performer to entertain the troops in Vietnam and made five subsequent trips to the war zone.

This is an event not to be missed and the President and members of the Committee of Management look forward to your company on this special night.

Price $55 per person includes a two course meal served in the club auditorium at 7.00 pm. Tea, coffee and beverages are at own cost. Please note that seating arrangements will be on the basis of first come, first served. The Dinner Show will commence at 8.30 pm sharp.

Please direct any enquiries to the Secretary, Alan Farrell, telephone (02) 9525 6391; email afarrell@bigpond.net.au

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