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We have now featured all the articles from the first scrapbook for 1984.

It covers the period from 3rd February up to June 8th, should you want to access all the previous articles they are available to download by clicking the relevant article below:

Starting Point 1984
Mother Goose
Choosing the Carnival Queen
The Methodist Church
Opening of the New Methodist Church
More Mother Goose Pictures
Traffic Census
Housing Development
Local Fair

Ed: "Articles from the second half of 1984 will appear in October, watch this space!"

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