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Ham run Russells up Christmas cheer

St Joseph's Nursing Home's Kathryn McDonough (left) and Meredith David (third from left) with Advocate general manager Craig Frost and Park Beack Plaza promotions manager Caroline Bleechmore.
St Joseph's Nursing Home's Kathryn McDonough (left) and Meredith David (third from left) with Advocate general manager Craig Frost and Park Beack Plaza promotions manager Caroline Bleechmore.

A LONG held tradition continued yesterday with the delivery of Christmas hams to local nursing homes.

The ham run has been a partnership between Park Beach Plaza and The Coffs Coast Advocate for more than a decade, and this year involved deliveries to 14 nursing homes across the Coffs Coast.

Sourced from Russells Meats at Park Beach Plaza, the hams were gratefully received and will add a little extra cheer to residents and staff who spend their Christmas meals at their nursing homes.

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