Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
RECENTLY, men from different local churches in the region expressed an interest to meet and share fellowship over a cooked breakfast.
The first Cassowary Coast Men’s Breakfast will take place on Saturday, August 28, from 8.00am to 9.30am, at the El Arish Tavern.
Those who wish to attend are requested to gather at the El Arish Tavern, 38 Chauvel Street, at 7.45am.
The cost of the breakfast is $20 cash and can be paid on the day.
There will be an inspirational guest speaker, Andrew Little, who will share some of his life and faith experiences.
Mr. Little will speak about how God led him to fly MAF aeroplanes to far flung remote communities in Arnhem Land and then in Papua New Guinea.
More recently, God called Little to be the Chief Flight Instructor at the Mission Aviation Fellowship Training Centre in Mareeba.
Anyone wishing to attend the breakfast can register by contacting Colin Bentley on 0428 402 918 by Friday, August 20.
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