Community comes together to celebrate Indian Independence Day

Finn Coleman
Updated August 23 2023 - 3:17pm, first published 4:30pm
Mount Isa City Deputy Mayor, Councillor Phil Barwick, with Father Mick Lowcock, CAMS Migrant Coordinator Therese Sexton and the Mount Isa Indian community at the Good Shepherd Parish Centre. Picture Mount Isa City Council Facebook page.
Mount Isa City Deputy Mayor, Councillor Phil Barwick, with Father Mick Lowcock, CAMS Migrant Coordinator Therese Sexton and the Mount Isa Indian community at the Good Shepherd Parish Centre. Picture Mount Isa City Council Facebook page.

In celebration of Indian Independence Day yesterday (Tuesday, August 15), Mount Isa's Indian community came together at Community Action for a Multicultural Society (CAMS).

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Finn Coleman

Finn Coleman

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