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Wolly's headed along various paths for the great northern migration to the Marybourough 2013 AGM. The week was fantastic with Wolly sighted travelling by air, bus, boat, foot and even bike to all the sights of the Fraser Coast. The main attractions visited were the Bundy Rum factory, Fraser Island, a ghost tour of Maryborough, and a dinner cruise off Hervey Bay. Wolly also checked out all the sites of Marybourough which has a lot of historic and interesting destinations. Special mention must go to the display in the window of a Funeral Director. Two Dads was even given the distinction of firing the cannon after the Opening Ceremony. The weather was excellent for us heading away from the cooling months before winter.

The people of Maryborough were very friendly and it was great to see so many people on the path of the Grand Parade from the show ground to the Queens Park. Many children had hand written signs of thanks along the route. It was a great opportunity for us to say thanks for having us.

The AGM dinners were well represented by over thirty Wolly's on both nights. Neil also received his best wish every unfortunately he was not able to see the present Wolly's Wenches gave Neil. I suppose he will just have to wait to see all the photos.

Wolly was up to his old tricks popping up all over the Fraser Coast. During our Branch AGM dinner Wolly even turned up on the NATCOM tab to check out what was happening and to thank all committee members for their efforts in making the club what it is over the last twelve months.

The Fraser Coast branch, supporting branches and volunteers deserve a big thank you, your hard work made this a fantastic AGM.

Hope you enjoy the photos.


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