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Northern NSW : Rescue Autumn 2017
CENTRE STAGE – THIS YEAR’S COUNTRY MUSIC QUEEN TAYLOR FLETCHER WITH SOME OF HER MOST LOYAL SUPPORTERS AT THE TAMWORTH BASE. Queen of Country Music earns her crown The Rescue Helicopter has a royal in its ranks after the Service’s New England - North West Marketing Officer, Taylor Fletcher, was crowned Queen of Country Music during Tamworth’s January festival. Taylor was among 13 local women who put eight weeks of training in public speaking, etiquette and media to the final test at a gala dinner where she was announced the queen. ‘I was really busy during the 10-day festival attending civic functions, Toyota Star Maker, ABCRA Rodeo Finals, and the Golden Guitar Awards,’ Taylor said. The new ambassador has a hectic schedule ahead, including council meetings and community events along with visiting Tamworth’s sister city, Gore, in New Zealand in June. ‘I’m really excited about being an ambassador for Tamworth and the Service, and I’m looking forward to meeting more of the community in my new role.’ Up for the $2 challenge? Carbon materials and chemicals company, Koppers, has taken on the Rescue Helicopter’s $2 Challenge. Community Liaison Officer, Barry Walton, recently visited the company’s Mayfield site to launch the program. Eager to show their support, 18 staff not only signed up, but increased their commitment to $5 a week. As part of the Workplace Giving program, employees can give as little as $2 per week to help save lives. Every contribution is tax deductible and can be donated automatically through weekly pays. If you’re interested in supporting the $2 Challenge – and want to inspire your workmates and boss to do the same – contact a community liaison officer on 1800 155 155. KOPPERS STAFF SIGN UP TO SUPPORT THE SERVICE Rescue Magazine AUTUMN 2017 11
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