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Dubbo's Amy and Nathan Cubby bring Uniting, Essential Energy together to keep kids connected

By Kim Bartley
October 7 2021 - 4:00am
STAYING CONNECTED: Amy and Nathan Cubby hold some of the iPads to be distributed to students in the coming week. Photo: CONTRIBUTED.

Dubbo's Amy and Nathan Cubby put their heads together during 14 days of self-isolation in a bid to help students struggling to stay connected to their schools, friends and families during lockdowns in remote parts of Western NSW.

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