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Northern NSW : Rescue Winter 2016
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter is fortunate to have people in the community who dedicate their time, energy and resources to support the Service. There are currently 35 Volunteer Support Groups with more than 750 members who are spread across the region. These people are tireless workers who add great value to our fundraising and awareness of our activities. Volunteers at work Edna Spinks recognised for years of support and service. Photo courtesy of Guyra Argus Volunteers in the garden, left to right, Ann Wall, Aletha Bailey, Dianne Harris, Allan Goode and JocellinJansson. Photo courtesy of the Narrabri Courier Winning team the ‘Green Musketeers’ – Shane Cooper, Col Fletcher, Dean Gillett Nelson Bay Sydney Singleton Scone Denman Sandy Hollow Gloucester Nundle Muswellbrook Walcha Gunnedah Manilla Narrabri Barraba Wee Waa Moree Bingara Coonabarabran Mudgee Quirindi Ta mworth Armidale Warialda Inverell Gosford Glen Innes Guyra Ta ree Forster Bulahdelah Dungog Hastings Kempsey-Macleay Tw eed Heads Maitland Stockton Cessnock Newcastle Fond farewell The Guyra Support Group said goodbye to one of its longest serving members at a special function on 17 March. Edna Spinks, a dedicated member of the group since its inception in 2000, has contributed a great deal to the local community and the Service. The Support Group and local Red Cross held a morning tea and presented Edna with special awards to recognise her efforts and wish her all the best as she moves to Brisbane to live with family. Autumn garden fair About 180 people attended an afternoon’s entertainment of music, fashions and tea at Narrabri on 22 May in the McClintock Street garden of JocellinJansson. The event raised $7,000 with thanks to the Narrabri community. Swinging again After a seven year break the Glen Innes Golf Day swung back into action on 17 April with 87 players enjoying a great day of fundraising. The event was supported by the Glen Innes Services Club and the local Volunteer Support Group and organisers say the day will return next year. 12 Rescue Magazine WINTER 2016
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