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More than 50 enthusiastic visitors attended the open day at Shangri-La Aged Care Home in Hurstville on Wednesday October 5,2016 which saw people from the local community, aged care social services from Sutherland, St. George and Canterbury as well as the local church and volunteers all in attendance.
The guest of honour that day was Federal Member for Barton, Linda Burney, the first Aboriginal woman to serve in the House of Representatives and the first Aboriginal person to serve in the New South Wales Parliament.
The day was filled with lots of joy and laughter as residents along with their family and friends, community members, special guests and staff across various Hall & Prior homes mingled and enjoyed each other’s company with coffee and food whilst listening to the maestro himself ‘Kane’ who performed for all in attendance.
At the end of the day Shangri-La conducted an informative tour of the home for all the open day attendees. It was a great success and positive feedback was well received.
Director of Nursing Bernice Anoyke, Federal Member for Barton Linda Burney and Administration at Shangri-La Elizabeth Underwood