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Recently I held a Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser for the Cancer Council at Mullumbimby Golf Club. I would like to give a big ‘Thank you’ to the local businesses who were more than happy to donate to the morning: Clay Organic, Instyle living, Lorraine Lea, Mullumbimby Newsagency, Mullumbimby Chocolate Shop, Mullumbimby Indian Restaurant, Soul Patterson Chemist, Source Bulk Foods, The Other Joint, The Patch Cafe. Especially as it’s been tough to run a small business the last few years.

Thanks also to Ellen Briggs for hosting, and the lady golfers for their contributions. The morning tea was a great success and we hope to make it an annual event.

Lynnette KeeStokers Siding 


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