Highly Infectious Social Virus

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Recently diagnosed with the highly infectious social virus, commonly known as “The Tailem Bend Wave”, Helen Luke of the Murray Mallee Community Transport Scheme throws a friendly wave from her office, next to the Tailem Info Station, Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend.

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Offering a means of transport for residents of the Coorong, Karoonda-East Murray and Southern Mallee District Councils, the Murray Mallee Community Transport Scheme can help you with transportation.
Contact Helen via email at mmcts@internode.on.net, phone 8572 4288 or after hours on 0427 097 700 – or you can just drop in as well, the Tailem Bend Wave virus isn’t harmful.
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