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Women recognised for service to SES

Region Controller for the NSW State Emergency Service Macquarie Region, David Monk, congratulates Susan Findlay, Michelle Lyons, Nancy Pemble. Photo: CONTRIBUTEDWHEN the rain is pelting down and strong winds blowing, do not expect to find Susan Findlay, Nancy Pemble and Michelle Lyons ensconced in their Dubbo homes.
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Volunteers for the NSW State Emergency Service (SES) Macquarie Region, the women spend long hours at its Dubbo headquarters supporting colleagues in the field.

When times are tough their duties include administrative and logistical support.

In sunshine they can be counted on to help keep the wheels of the headquarters at 160 Bultje Street.

Their dedication and long-term commitment were recognised at a presentation ceremony this week.

The women were among six SES volunteers who have together provided more than 70 years of service to NSW communities, and in particular Dubbo.

Ms Findlay received an award for 15 years of service and the coveted SES National Medal.

Ms Pemble took home an award for 10 years of “ethical and diligent” service while Ms Lyons was recognised for five years’ service to the NSW SES.

Region controller David Monk presented the awards on Tuesday night.

“The volunteers recognised tonight have demonstrated a level of commitment, dedication and professionalism, providing a blanket of safety for the local community,” he said.

“Whether it is a storm, a flood, or providing assistance to other emergency services, SES volunteers are out there giving their best. These awards and tonight’s presentation is the least we can do to recognise that service.”

To join the NSW SES as a volunteer visit 梧桐夜网ses.nsw.gov419论坛.

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