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Proud salute to ‘small town with a big heart’

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January 30, 2018

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

4- Annie Dalton 7- MC Peter Stanton 9- Cr James Williams 22- Helen O'Sullivan 26- Summer Richardson & Cody McKenzie

IN ELMORE, about 200 people converged on Railway Square for some sausages in bread and bacon and eggs.

The flag was raised by Summer Richardson of Elmore Primary School and Cody McKenzie of OLSH.

An affirmation was performed with most of the crowd taking part.

Local Helen O’Sullivan delivered the keynote speech in which she talked about her life growing up in Elmore and how she enjoys living in ‘‘the small town with a big heart’’.

The recitation was performed by Carl ‘Kookie’ Koch.

The crowds went on to the pool party at the Elmore Pool.

There was beachball upon beachball as well as the biggest golden kangaroo.

The team at All Night For The Fight were raising money for the Cancer Council via Relay for Life.

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