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The Youth Network NQ Inc

Provides a network of youth service providers. The network aims to connect members of the community and to improve knowledge of the services available to young people and organisations. The network also plays a role in identifying local issues and trends regarding young people and seeks to maintain a voice both for service providers and young people. Join a regular mailing list for community information and minutes distribution by contacting Clea Alcorn.

Bamford Lane
Suburb: KIRWAN
State: QLD
Postcode: 4817

(07) 4775 7138

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I need some food vouchers please

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