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FAMILIES flocked to the Cranbourne Racecourse last Saturday for a fun filled day out.
The entertainment was endless and a few furry friends turned out to be a big hit on the day.
Burmese cats and sheep chasing dogs kept the crowds entertained with many other activities on offer during the day.
CFA and SES crews also attended on the day to teach young children about their services and free rides were also a big attraction.
About 1800 children were also expected to plant seedlings with staff from Bunnings to take home afterwards and help grow.

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