IN PICTURES: Denmark Country Club meet-up a real success

Albany Advertiser
Doreen Hughes, Sue O'Connor and Irene Stone.
Camera IconDoreen Hughes, Sue O'Connor and Irene Stone. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce/Denmark Chamber of Commerce

The Denmark Country Club opened its doors for an evening of networking last month, hosting the Denmark Chamber of Commerce business after-hours.

The local business community mingled and learnt more about the thriving club which has more than 300 members who make good use of golf and tennis facilities which are open all week.

The evening was co-hosted by Rockliffe’s Steve Hall who welcomed the new owners of the Cinnamon Coloureds Farmstay, Anna Sobczyk and Paddy Spriggs.

Anna Sobczyk, Adrian Baer and Paddy Spriggs.
Camera IconAnna Sobczyk, Adrian Baer and Paddy Spriggs. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Jill Smith and Sumer Addy.
Camera IconJill Smith and Sumer Addy. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Mark Hewson and Pieter Berkelaar.
Camera IconMark Hewson and Pieter Berkelaar. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Michelle Lott, Stuart Evans and Graham Buckland.
Camera IconMichelle Lott, Stuart Evans and Graham Buckland. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce
Chris Randall and Julie Ross.
Camera IconChris Randall and Julie Ross. Credit: Denmark Chamber of Commerce

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