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The search is on for the face of the Pakenham Gazette Oaks Day race meeting.
The Gazette and Pakenham Racing Club have teamed up in the search to find someone who epitomises the fun, flair and fashion of Oaks Day.
The successful Oaks Day Ambassador will win a host of prizes, be made up for the occasion by contributing local businesses, join the Gazette team in the Skyline Suite on the day and be involved in promotional activities in the lead-up to the big event on Thursday 9 November.
See the advertisement on page 20 of this week’s edition for more details and keep an eye out for any updated information in the Gazette over coming weeks.

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