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LIT UP: The Mansfield Scouts have installed a new light tower thanks to a State Government grant.
SUMMER: It was the ideal time to learn to swim and Mansfield youngsters took advantage of the scorching summer conditions, while Mansfield was inundated with visitors over the holiday period in what many local businesses described as their busiest season in 1999. BOXING DAY BLOW: The weather dealt a blow to Mansfield’s Boxing Day race meeting, but the horses ran on. Cricket was set to return to the Mansfield district on Saturday, while members of the Australian Olympic cycling team and the cream of international riders were preparing to compete in Mansfield and Mt Buller in the coming weeks.