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2019 LOVETT BAY FIRE SHED
A great thank you to all those people who attended the 2019 Lovett Bay
Fire Shed dinner on November 2nd.
It was a wonderfully busy evening in the Bays and on the Island so it
was great to have close to 100 people at the dinner.
The evening was deemed a great success with funds being raised for the
RFS local brigades.
This year’s entertainment of the Bay Boys Barbershop performance at the
top and dancing to rock’n’roll music at the tail proved very popular.
Here is the link to Rachel Dulson’s great photos of the night so those
who were there can relive the moment and those who were not can see
what they missed!
please feel free to share them with whomever!
Young Musicians Concert
Sunday 1 December from
Next concert on Sunday 1 December, from
2.30 in the Community Hall.
All musicians, dancers, reciters/readers, singers etc welcome.
Contact Robyn at email@example.com
Moving on the Island
We are moving from one house on the island to another by the end of
November... and are looking for couches, shelves and chairs to
buy or use as temporary furniture.
We could pick up before end of November.
Thanks for any help.
Jean Paul and Jen
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