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The Nar Nar Goon North Hall committee has farewelled two of its longest service members of 70 years.
Fred and Beryl Taylor have called it time and will now have a much-needed break after volunteering with the committee for the past seven decades.
About 60 people came to wish them well in their retirement at a farewell celebration and committee reunion on 28 May.
Dancing was to the regular band, Mabel, Terry and Ray, followed by a scrumptious afternoon tea.
Cardinia shire councillor Graeme Moore also joined in on the celebration and helped the group farewell their much-loved members.

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