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Clean Up Oz Day 2017
Clean Up Australia Day is
here again – Sunday, March 5, 2017
Scotland Island is
registered to participate once again!
This event encourages and inspires thousands of Australians to take to
their local park, beach, bushland and streets and really help make a
difference to their local environment
If you would like to help out, either by grabbing a bag and filling it,
or helping to supervise activities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
to put your name on the list.
Come down to your nearest Wharf to collect a bag between the hours of 9am and 12.00pm.
Bring gloves, sunscreen, hat, sensible clothes and footwear – and don’t
forget to bring some water too!
Toby and his crew will be out on the Laurel Mae to collect material.
Here is a link to the Clean Up Australia website: About the event - Clean Up Australia Day
Ben SImmonds becomes our
latest Ferry Master
Boat Bag For Sale
Boat Bag (no more anti fouling)
Ideal for a deep water jetty.
Can house any boat between 3 and 6m long.
Width approx 3m.
For Sale $500, less than a year old.
Please contact Rich @ 0431 516 905"
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