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Grand party

Repeka Nasiko
Wednesday, May 21, 2014

A ONE-DAY party is being organised by the Sigatoka Town Council to celebrate the town's 78th anniversary.

Council special administrator Jay Whyte said Sigatoka Day would be a community event to celebrate the milestone.

"The event will be a way for the community to celebrate 78 years of Sigatoka as a township," he said.

"Included during this one-day party will be a lot of entertainment in the form of dance competitions, live performances by well-known local identities, competitions for those who wish to take part in Sigatoka's strongest man competition, Sigatoka's best roti curry, with lots more to do and see.

"There is another aspect to this event which we would like the rest of Fiji to know about and that is there will be a world-class fireworks show."

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