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A Bold Life – Celebrating Gillian McAuliffe

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Dear Families and Friends of Bold Park Community School

We invite you to our much anticipated special event (“A Bold Life”) to celebrate the Founder of our school, Gillian McAuliffe.

Attending this event is a great way to acknowledge our gratitude for the vision and years and years of committed practice Gill has applied to our school!

Tickets may be purchased from:

http://www.trybooking.com/KPED

(Please note this is a 16 yrs + event)

If you are in contact with former families, who you think would like to join us, please feel free to extend the invitation to them or provide them with the Trybooking link.

It will be a joyful celebration for our community and the spirit of collaboration that has brought Gill’s vision into the wonderful reality that is our school.

Sincerely and behalf of

The Bold Park Community School Family

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