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Star of the Sea – Apollo Bay

Our Lady of the Sea 2

60th Wedding Anniversay – Diamond

Like diamonds in the rough,

Life in this bay,

can be tough

That’s something to say,

When I met this old couple,

One smiling summer day.

He came out from Italy,

Left his baby behind,

A new life away from Tripolly,

Gold of Apollo he did find.

Now 60 years they did marry

That life it went so fast,

The rain, the sun , the parry,

Of true love it did last.

By Peter F Hughes for the couple who cellibrated their anniversary, Feb 2013 Apollo Bay

Nicky Bomba and Busta Mento in Our Lady Star of the Sea mmC18662

WEEK THREE VCE Legal Studies unit 1 VC STUDENTS

Chapter TWO PART (ii)

Chapter TWO PART (i)

2013-02-16 14.19.32

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