Gwen Richards, Lillian Broome, Lillian Burke, Faye and John Gundy.
Gwen Richards, Lillian Broome, Lillian Burke, Faye and John Gundy.

Dance marks NAIDOC week

THE NAIDOC Dinner Dance on Saturday night at the Gympie Pines Golf Club was a great way to ice this year's NAIDOC Week's celebrations.

About 90 people enjoyed a two-course meal and music by Cherbourg band Muddy Flats.

Cooloola Aboriginal Services Incorporated member Ruby Anderson said there was a variety of people mixing together.

"I thought it was a terrific night and everyone had a great time," she said.

Gympie Times


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