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Celebrating Sir Earle Page

“A man of boundless energy (and) fertile in ideas” is how Sir Earle Christmas Grafton Page has been described. A founder of the Country Party, which eventually became The Nationals, Australia’s 11th Prime Minister was one of our standout leaders. On 22 March, our Leader Troy Grant will honour his legacy by presenting the Earle Page Memorial Trust Lecture in Parliament House.

Join us to celebrate the namesake of the Page electorate and third longest serving Federal Parliamentarian (41 years, 361 days). Hosted by Chairman and Lifetime Member of the Party Mrs Christine Ferguson, and Trustees The Hon David Brownhill, The Hon George Souris, The Hon Don Page and Mr Graeme Lavis, the Sir Earle Page Memorial Trust Lecture will be followed by a magnificent dinner at NSW Parliament in Sydney.

Lecture

Lecturer:

The Hon Troy Grant MP
Deputy Premier of New South Wales
Minister for Justice and Police, Minister for the Arts, Minister for Racing

Date:

6:00pm – 8:00pm
Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Venue:

Jubilee Room
Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney

Cost (incl GST):

$60 per person

Dress:

Lounge Suit

 

Dinner

Date:

8:00pm – 10:00pm
Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Venue:

Speaker's Dining Room
Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney

Cost (incl GST):

$400 per person

Dress:

Lounge Suit

 

 

RSVP by:

15 March to Sue Page sue.mitchell@page.org.au.

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