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Show your support for our brave fire crews

Inside tomorrow's News is a community thank-you poster for businesses and residents to show their support to our brave fire crews.

February 20, 2014 11:47am

Tomorrow The News will be printing a community thank-you poster for businesses and residents who want to show their support to our brave fire crews in the lead up to National Red Balloon Day on February 28.
Locals can put the posters in their windows to let our firefighters — and all those who helped fight fires in the region – know how much we support their efforts.
We’ll also be donating 10¢ of every newspaper sold to the Goulburn Valley’s own Bale Out Fodder Appeal.
Don’t miss tomorrow’s ifNewsnf to get your community thank-you poster and to help locals devastated by fire.
The News will also be asking those who show their support by putting up a poster to email us a picture to to run in the paper and at
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