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The North Sydney Bears have fired the starting gun on their Centenary celebrations with a well supported display at the Harvey Norman Fan Day on Saturday.
Right slam dunk in the middle of stalls from fellow foundation clubs Newtown, Balmain & Western Suburbs and all 16 NRL clubs, the stall received a sizeable patronage over a 5 hour period.
Draped in red & black by supporters Ros Dare and Ken McLoughlin, the stall featured information on the Club including up coming matches and membership information, as well as the sale of raffle tickets for a Bears supporters pack - the lucky winner being Brendan Junge.
Fans from all clubs were also asked to pledge their support for a Bears NRL franchise by signing a petition throughout the day.
Special Thanks to volunteers Ros Dare, Ken McLoughlin, Matt Girvan and Curtis Johnston for manning the stall.
The Bears next Centenary event will be the marking of the Club