IN PICTURES: Local groups join forces at monthly business drinks

Albany Advertiser
Kingsley Gibson and Ranee Wilson.
Camera IconKingsley Gibson and Ranee Wilson. Credit: Supplied

The Denmark Community Resource Centre teamed up with Business Great Southern to host another successful monthly Business After Hours catch-up this month.

New manager of Business Great Southern Mark Shenton and Denmark CRC manager Petra Thompson were spotted in the crowd.

One of the recent projects the organisations have been working on is emergency relief for homeless people by providing them with food, fuel vouchers, hot showers and access to a laundry.

New member Aaron Machner from AMAC Customs and Logistics was the lucky winner of a bottle of sparkling wine.

Anne Robson, Mark Scholmann and Linda Brnjich.
Camera IconAnne Robson, Mark Scholmann and Linda Brnjich. Credit: Supplied
Mike Eastman and David Schober.
Camera IconMike Eastman and David Schober. Credit: Supplied
Petra Thompson and Mark Shenton.
Camera IconPetra Thompson and Mark Shenton. Credit: Supplied/Supplied
Richard Keeler and Clem Wright.
Camera IconRichard Keeler and Clem Wright.
LEFT: Steve Suttie, Haikam Threadgold and Barbara Keeler. ABOVE: Richard Keeler and Clem Wright.
Camera IconLEFT: Steve Suttie, Haikam Threadgold and Barbara Keeler. ABOVE: Richard Keeler and Clem Wright. Credit: Supplied
Michael Dolphin, Aaron Machner and Conrad Kenyon.
Camera IconMichael Dolphin, Aaron Machner and Conrad Kenyon. Credit: Supplied

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