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10 Glen St, Bondi (off Bondi Rd), Sydney, Australia
Vitiligo support group meeting will be held in Sydney.
Please contact Tanya Tyler at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
When: Saturday, 15th November 2014
Time: 2-4 pm
Where: 10 Glen St, Bondi (off Bondi Rd)
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