Volunteers thanks for their hard work

Neighbourcare staff member Debra Redman (far right) with volunteers Diane Smith, Pat Penman, Ruth Arnall and Betty and Gordon Crimp. Dungog and District Neighbourcare staff member Cherylin Brown (second from right) with volunteers Shirley Colvin, Dawn Moore, Marie and John Preece.
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Neighbourcae volunteers Jeanette Wright and Catherine McGuinness.

Neighbourcare staff member Julie Saunders (far right) with volunteers Val Andrews, Toby Sullivan, Shirley Hampton, Gloria Morris and Janice Ray.

Dungog Council’s economic development and tourism coordinator Ivan Skaines and Dungog Shire Visitor Information Centre (VIC) tourism office Wendy Farrow (at back) with volunteers clockwise from front left Trish Boatwright, Bob Humphrey, Tony Boatwright, Breck Hayward, Dawn Studdert, Allen Shrimpton, Esme Tiernan, Sandra Benson and Jan Van der Meer.

Neighbourcare volunteers Irene Stuckings, Brian and Irene Muddle and Colleen Jones.

Many organisations in the Dungog Shire last week celebrated Volunteers Week.

The theme for this year was Every One Counts.

The theme allows organisations to leverage it both ways.

It sends a strong message to existing volunteers that they are valued and supports potential volunteers by reinforcing that every single volunteer makes an important contribution to the broader community.

Dungog Shire Council visitor information centre held a morning tea last Wednesday while Dungog and District Neighbourcare looked after their volunteers at different venues around the shire throughout the week.

General manager of Neighbourcare Kerry Broad said this is a small thank you to all of the dedicated volunteers who assist in delivering our services to those in need within the local area.

“We couldn’t do it without them,” Mrs Broad said.

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