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Bundaberg Police celebrate Mary Mills' 100th birthday

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Bundaberg Police attended Mary Mill's 100th birthday get together

Yesterday, Bundaberg Police attended a 100th birthday get-together to celebrate local Bundaberg resident, Mary Mills and to ensure social distancing regulations were adhered to.

Mary welcomed the milestone with two of her closest friends at home in the front yard.

Police Dog Uzi also attended the party, thankfully as a guest and not for backup.

Even at 100 years young, Mary is still enjoying her passion for dancing and is currently learning new vogue.

Senior Constable Karen McNish said she was pleased to see everyone complying with the social distancing regulations on such a beautiful occasion.

“A few of the neighbours heard about Mary’s birthday, so they stayed in their yards, but made sure Mary knew they were celebrating with her,” Senior Constable McNish said.

“Some of Mary’s dance group friends also drove past her house and gave her a wave and beep of the horn for her birthday.”

Bundaberg Police would like to wish Mary a very happy birthday and a big thank you for celebrating the right way during these difficult times.

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