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Indofest 2017 wins SA Governor’s Multicultural Award

Indofest 2017 wins SA Governor’s Multicultural Award

Indofest 2017 won the Organisation category of the South Australian Governor’s Multicultural Awards announced on Tuesday 27 March 2018. by His Excellency the Governor of South Australia, Hieu Van Le.
Initiated and run by the Australian-Indonesian Association of South Australia, one of Adelaide’s most colourful and much-loved festivals celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2017 and the President of AIA-SA Ibu Firdaus was full of praise for the community.
“The AIA-SA wishes to congratulate the whole Indonesian community in Adelaide for their fantastic achievement, effort, support, and the semangat of Gotong Royong to share our mission! This award is very much YOUR AWARD and we all should feel very proud of it. Thank you all and keep up the good work. Indonesia maju bersama,”  said Firda.
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