Bunbury Social Diary: Hugo Chávez Testimonial Dinner

Who said state and federal don\'t mix...

Who said state and federal don't mix...

The Bunbury Italian Club played host last Saturday to the Hugo Chávez Testimonial Dinner, an annual open-bar knees-up attended by a who’s who of South-West identities. Spotted cheerfully discussing the finer points of state and federal legislative interaction were Opposition Whip and parliamentary hottie Nola Marino (Member for Forrest) and the ever debonair Giovanni (John) Castrilli (Member for Bunbury).

Local punters and distinguished guests chowed down on a four-course meal while being entertained by a gaggle of kids from the local talent school before hitting the dance floor themselves to work-off the dinner.

Copious quantities of white linen suspended from the ceiling added to the Bolivarian atmosphere. Viva la revolution!

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One Response to Bunbury Social Diary: Hugo Chávez Testimonial Dinner

  1. effjayh says:

    Fine dining indeed. The chickn was chooked, but the antipasto was not.
    Every one had a fine time, but thanks to two very beautiful men, mine was finer than most …
    Especially loved the ship in full sail who was that mdme mc – shame willster had not photos of what was aguabley the shocker of the bunbury social fashionista – hugo eat yr heart out!

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