Publish on 01 May 2019
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May 2019 eNewsletter
Greening Australia Program Manager Michael Vyse and Campbelltown Mayor George Brticevic urge residents to support Wild Koala Day on Saturday 4 May.
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The May edition is packed with information including:
- Wild Koala Day;
- The Campbelltown Rebrand Project;
- Off-leash dog park at Baden Powell Reserve, Bradbury;
- Western Sydney's Customer of the Future special offer;
- Homework Study Centre;
- National Simultaneous Storytime;
- Macarthur South West United A-League launch;
- Crusty Demons; and
- Comic Book Day.
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