The MBCA was hosted by Bank SA on June 23rd for a Business at Sunset. We were shown the technology that the bank uses with video link ups and told about different services they provide. An informative evening was enjoyed by all.
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Each year MBCA members have the opportunity to be involved in taking part in a free raffle for their customers as a thank you for shopping local. This year we had 26 businesses participate. The winners get to spend their winning voucher in any of the participating stores. The winning tickets were drawn by Chairperson Lee Morgan on Christmas Eve. Congratulations to the winners.
1st prize $500 of vouchers went to Lisa Sims
2nd prize of $300 worth of vouchers was Dawn Fennell
3rd prize of $200 worth of vouchers was Lyn Watson.
As a member of business SA we can be informed of upcoming events and access information to assist our members.
Members of the MBCA can become members of business SA at a discounted membership.
On Thursday 6th Dec MBCA members attended a Business at Sunset at the Millicent Post office. Joanne Leyden and her staff gave members an informative tour behind the scenes at the Post Office.
The MBCA were pleased to host another Lights Up event on Sat 24th November at the Millicent Rotunda where there was lots of entertainment for the children and Father Christmas paid us a visit and handed out bags of lollies to the children.
The event was funded by the MBCA with support from Wattle Range Council. Fosters Foodland donated the bags of lollies for the children.
Millicent Lions Club, The Lioness Club, Millicent Rotary and McArthur Park kindergarten had food stalls, while the Girl Guides and Centacare provided games for the children. Putt Putt, Jumping Castle, Naracoorte Apex train and face painters kept the children amused.
The IMAG group town piano also was at the rotunda with Shari Noll, Caitlyn Altswhager and Drew Baker sharing their musical talent.
Once again Julianne McDuff from Mainly Music entertained the young ones with some songs and Nathan McDuff worked the sound system.
The Rotunda lights were turned on at dusk.
The MBCA are proud of this event and with the support from council look forward to growing the event each year.