Medals from the ashes

20-11-2018 by admin


REPLACEMENT TIME: From left are Region Controller for Central West Region Craig Ronan,Deputy Unit Controller for the Portland Unit Kim Cummins, Unit Controller for the Lithgow UnitDee Cummins and Member for Bathurst and Minister for Local Government Paul Toole.

MEMBER for Bathurst Paul Toole haspraised the work of State EmergencyService members at a presentation totwo of Lithgow’s special SES volunteers.

“This was such a special occasionwhere the presentation ceremony recognisedthe services of Kim and DeeCummins as volunteer members of theSES,” Mr Toole said.

“It was a privilege to have the opportunityto present these members fromthe Lithgow and Portland Units replacementNSW SES Long Service Awardsincluding their NSW SES Long ServiceMedals.

“Tragically Kim and Dee lost theirNSW SES Long Service Awards andMedals in a house fire late last year whenthey lost all of their possessions.

“Every community benefits from theextraordinary contribution that our SESvolunteers make and to acknowledgetheir dedication and commitment issomething which should be done atevery opportunity.

“To give Kim and Dee replacements oftheir much treasured medals meant sucha great deal to them,” Mr Toole said.

NSW SES is a volunteer-based organisationthat provides emergency assistanceto the people of NSW 24 hours aday, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

It is the 9000 volunteers across thestate that makes this possible.

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