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The Byron Community Centre will hold an appreciation event next week to thank its supporters.

‘We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give,’ the Centre’s General Manager Louise O’Connell said.

‘True to these words from Winston Churchill, the Byron Community Centre wants to say a huge Thank You to its generous sponsors, donors and volunteers.

‘The centre is holding an appreciation event on November 19 at the Byron Community Centre building by invitation only to recognise our supporters and everyone who adds value to the community whether it’s through volunteering or donations.

‘We want to acknowledge the fact that the generosity and contribution of our donors, sponsors and volunteers made a difference and helped us deliver essential services to our local community,’ Ms O’Connell said.

Find out more information about the Byron Community Centre online.


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