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|Posted by:||Nov 5th 2005, 04:56:32 pm|
|Kimberly||I've been to a few really good local fundraisers at Coral Sands (St. John's 100 Men, etc.) ... why don't you e-mail Carmelita or Pam at email@example.com, or go their site online at www.coralsands.com, for more information? (Their telephone is 333 2350.)
Good luck with your event ... I mentioned the library because there have been some nice community events there over the past few years. Nice building, central location, lovely grounds. But probably not for a formal sit-down affair :-).
|Posted by:||Nov 5th 2005, 04:52:29 pm|
|churchofgod||Hi Kimbely you caught my intrest when you said the government libary where will you be able to host such and event ? this is like a formal ocassion|
|Posted by:||Nov 5th 2005, 12:26:10 pm|
|Kimberly||There are several places on Harbour Island that are suited for an event for 150 people, but where you set up shop kinda depends on the sort of event you're planning.
The government library
Just a few to consider ...
|Posted by:||Nov 4th 2005, 04:57:58 pm|
|churchofgod||Hey good afternoon everyone i was wondering if i posted this e mail if i would get the information i am looking for? Well i am planning on hostin an event down there and was wondering where can i hold a banquet that can hold up to 100-150 PERSONS? well i have an idea Romora Bay but wondered if anyone who read this by any chance have conection with romora bay. Would like to no how much they would charge to host a banquet at there beautiful resort? And if they cater to events of such? and the cost of it?
Thanks alot Your's turly
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