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Melbourne Radio under threat..Please Help!!

by Sam Sabey on 24 Feb 2001
Melbourne Radio is under threat! There is a very real possibility that the Victorian and Tasmanian boating fraternity will be denied this key and vital safety service.

Please take the time to fill out the survey available at the ORCV, www.orcv.org.au, and mail it back (via snail mail) to Pauline at the Ocean racing Club of Victoria

Your assiatance is greatly appreciated.

Sam Sabey.

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