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$1000 for Tagimoucia

Atasa Moceituba
Tuesday, August 26, 2014

A SUM of $1000 was given to the Tagimoucia Festival organisers by Clay Energy to help fund the youngest and newest festival that will be held in Taveuni next month.

The festival is a celebration of Fiji's unique cultural heritage, showcasing world-class local musicians, dancers, native arts, local foods and sports.

Tagimoucia Festival committee member and founder of Island Spirit, Kirsty Barnby, said the festival would run for two days.

"We are overwhelmed by the support and dedication of businesses, both large and small, from Suva to outer islands around Taveuni. It is a real community event, everyone is helping out," Ms Barnby said.

Clay Energy managing director Bruce Clay said they were very supportive when it came to community initiatives.








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