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The Wagaitear


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Misprint; Please note: there was no May 2014 edition published.




Wagait Beach (N.T.) -- Periodicals; Cox Peninsula (N.T.) -- Periodicals

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Anna Greer

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Wagait Beach


v. 6 no. 14

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Anna Greer



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The Wagaitear - June 2014 14 Wagaitear social pages Shit Box Rally Congratulations to Amber and her partner for raising over $5,000 for their charity Shit Box Rally trip from Perth to Darwin. The quiz night was well attended and enjoyed by all. There were some great prizes donated by generous locals. Good Luck Amber! Its been a busy month in Wagait Beach. ANZAC Day ceremony and Cox Club gathering with the traditional 2-Up games and the Shit Box Rally Quiz Night were just two of many social occassions .... Upcoming events are the popular MUFF - See poster opposite, Firies Ball and the Wagait Arts Group annual exhibition & workshops.... Ambers trusty Shit Box Rally car Phil Parker, flag raiser. James & Sheree Arratta, Donna Kiem Major Ian Dawson, Pam Wanrooy. Jack Spratt. Paddy & Ian Hinchliffe. Council President Lisa-Marie Stones. Jack Spratt, official coin thrower. Jenny Hilliard, Jackie Edwards waiting on winnings. The circle of chance. Bob Catty having a throw. Rick Gosper (centre) sharing his winning wisdom with Barry Demasson (left) and Michael Brannelly. Kelly & Jason Murphy, Bryan Male, Geoff South. The fundraising quiz at the CC was a great success.

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