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It was about getting people stepping outside their comfort zone. Mrs St Clair-Jones, who has lived in Port Macquarie for her entire life and retired 16 months ago, said she helped found the group after her mother passed during the month. The group got me out of the house and we could go to different cafes each week to share the love around," she said.
We have groups in Laurieton and Dunbogan who get together. If people are going away, they can leave a message and check back in after a few weeks. The group has members aged 26 to 84 and held a Christmas event on November 20 this year with a sunset cruise on the Hastings River.
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