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Mullumbimby Hospital Auxiliary’s new Life Members (l-r) Elaine Robinson, Sheila Andrews, Jenny Moore and Ann Schneider. Photo supplied
Mullumbimby Hospital Auxiliary’s new Life Members (l-r) Elaine Robinson, Sheila Andrews, Jenny Moore and Ann Schneider. Photo supplied

The hard-working volunteer members of the Mullumbimby Hospital Auxiliary were recently presented with Life Membership certificates.

The members between them have completed 146 years of service to the organization, which provides funding for extra equipment for the Mullum hospital.

The hospital is set to be decommissioned next year when the new Byron Central Hospital is officially opened.

 


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