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Year 8 students Chloe and Ben are two young buskers who will be competing for Mullum Steiner School’s inaugural busking competition.

The competition is part of the school’s annual Spring Fair, ‘Threads of Life’, which takes place on Saturday, 6 September, from 10am.

The comp is open to high school students from across the region and will take place from 1pm.

Rules and registration details can be found on the Shearwater website at www.shearwater.nsw.edu.au/school-announcements or by calling the school on 6684 3223.

~ Photo Eve Jeffery


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