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June 15, 2024

Kids get a tip from Healthy Harold

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Byron Bay Public School students had a visit from Healthy Harold on Tuesday to spread the message of Life Education. The organisation works to assist schools with their drug- and health-education programs, ‘facilitating school-based family forums where health and drug-related issues can be discussed in an open and supportive environment’. Photo Jeff ‘Long Neck’ Dawson


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