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So Much Aboriginal Heritage on our Doorstep

Our Friday workouts will never be the same! Karen Smith from the Aboriginal Heritage Office teleported us back in time to a Little Manly before the first fleet arrived. Through her story telling, she magically allowed us to see the boats in the bays as bark canoes, the sealife as plentiful and supersized, the plant life as perfectly adapted and full of wisdom, the animals and the original Aboriginal inhabitants cohabiting and thriving, totally in harmony with nature and the environment. We are so lucky to have the AHO here in Manly, such a valuable resource for us all. Thank you Karen.

And at the same time, we made $280 for the Biala Girls' Hostel.

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