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

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