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The Mount Warning Dragon Boat Club are having a ‘Come and Try Day’ this Sunday at Brunswick Heads.

The aim of the Bruns event is to get enough people interested from Mullum, Brunswick Heads and Ocean Shores to form a team in Brunswick Heads and paddle on the beautiful river.

The event will run from 11am to 2pm in the park across from the pub. Anyone can participate in this fun and exciting sport. Families are welcome. The cost is $5 per person and will be subtracted from any joining fee. For more info contact Geraldine 0404 966 831 or Bob 0408 696 043.

 


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