Roslyn Morgan leaves a message in a condolence book at Gus' Coffee Shop at Stockland Shopping Centre. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin
Roslyn Morgan leaves a message in a condolence book at Gus' Coffee Shop at Stockland Shopping Centre. Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin Chris Ison

Harry Mimi condolence books placed in local coffee shops

CONDOLENCE books for the Rockhampton community to fill for Harry Mimi's family have been place at some coffee shops in the region until late tomorrow.

Rockhampton Mayor Margaret Strelow has organised the books to be left at Allenstown Plaza's Michel's Patisserie, along with one at Gus' Coffee at Stockland Rockhampton and Jamaica Blue (also Stockland).

The books will be collected by volunteers late tomorrow afternoon to be covered artistically before being sent to Harry's family in Gayndah.



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