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December 1, 2022

Lions Club donates equipment to Shores United

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Shores United seniors have been able to purchase much -needed training equipment through the generosity of the Brunswick Mullumbimby Lions Club monthly grants scheme.

‘Agility and skills will be even higher for the Shores men in their march to the semifinals with the gear,’ club president Marc Patten said.


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