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March 1, 2021

Fete goes back to the future

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It’s back to the 50s this Saturday, 25 May, at the Coorabell Hall for all the fun of the Coorabell Fab 50s Fete, which will include a novelty ‘how many kids can we get in the back of the old GH Coles truck’ competition, as well as the cupcake competition, with the winner taking home the prestigious cupcake king or queen title for the year. The popular art auction returns this year with prizes, games, much food and frivolity on offer. Photo Jeff ‘Keep on Truckin’ Dawson.


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