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Amie St Clair ball to return in 2021 after COVID cancellation | The Daily Advertiser

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The Amie St Clair ball will be returning from lockdown hiatus, after last year’s tenth anniversary ball was cancelled due to the state-wide dancing ban. The announcement was made by Annette St Clair, who said they were all immensely relieved to be able to start fundraising activities once again. “It’s a great feeling to know that things are getting back to some normality. We need fundraising to continue so we can support our melanoma care nurse,” Mrs St Clair said. “The ball is a great opportunity to have a good night out, raise some much-needed funds, and for the committee and the wonderful team of volunteers to look at what we’ve achieved in ten years.” Technically last year was supposed to be their tenth…



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