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Early Falcon Car Club of Qld Inc The Queensland early model Falcon Club.

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Old 29-07-2011, 06:26 PM   #1
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Default EFCC meeting venue change

New Venue is

The Oxley Hotel
Cnr Ipswich and Oxley Roads, Oxley
Last Tuesday of every Month at 7.00PM

The Oxley Hotel have offered us our own section which is the TAB, but on tuesday nights nothing happens, so they will arrange the tables any way we want.
This area overlooks the carpark through large glass area. They are also going to section of an area of the car park outside this glass area for members to park.
This will mean while we eat, drink or talk we can see our cars.

If your interested in joining the club, come along and say hi.
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