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Byron Bay local Michelle Pullen was delighted to win the Byron Bay Football Club’s major raffle prize worth $20,000.

‘I entered to support the community to build the clubhouse for our young footballers, but to win is just amazing. I can’t believe it,’ Michelle said

The raffle raised over $47,000 towards a new community clubhouse on the  Recreation Ground in Byron. The build is expected to commence in the new year. 

Michelle and her daughter Jasmin were delighted to take home the cache of prizes donated by so many generous local businesses that supported the raffle,  BBFC partnerships manager Clinton Bown said.


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