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May 7, 2021

Minnie Mouse mucks up in Mullum

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For Deena, Jasmine and thousands of year 12 students across the region and the state, yesterday was the last day of school, ‘Muck Up Day’. Mullumbimby High students took to the high street in costumes and drag, holding up drivers and pedestrians asking for a donation towards the running of the Mullum Soup Kitchen.

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