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Volunteers receive community service awards
Underpass 'over-designed, under-budgeted' - Chamber
Truck crash closes rail underpass
Anzac marches planned
Bike shed construction starts
PCYC assesses strengths and weaknesses
Busy weekend for Marine Rescue
Heritage walk around Wagstaffe and Pretty Beach
Thousands attend Italian festival in Ettalong
Heritage ferry tours on Brisbane Water
Afternoon tea with deputy Opposition leader
Marina is expected to finished by August
Koolewong marina conditions outlined
Council agrees to five-unit seniors housing
Council did not apply for dredging funds, says MP
Councillor calls for full funding for dredging
Rotary clubs hear about resuscitation
Devonshire teas to raise funds
Market success
Bushcare group meets on Saturday
Alternating wet and dry
Cheer for the Roosters when oval is really open
Oval is open, whether or not it is functioning
The arts don't need water views
A thought for Anzac Day
What are the true economic benefits?
The local relevance of the Panama Papers
Crime has to be addressed
Let's have Queen Isabella
Radiology cuts will hit poor, says network head
Morning tea held at community church
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Crafts classes close to full
Songs about water at Troubadour folk club
John Bell recovers from fall
Indigenous students win Prime Minister's awards
Renovations benefit Year 7 students
Induction day at Umina campus
Photography workshop
Students get their numbers
Outstanding results at Sydney show
Ag teacher recognised for excellence
Devices workshop
Joffa visits junior campus
Students make poppies for Anzac Day
Early intervention classes have picnic
Reading challenge starts
Judo club to host State team selection comp
Woy Woy wins match of the week
Woy Woy Lions start season strongly
Nippers party
Boardriders' competition in clean waves
Seniors Week bowls day held at Woy Woy

Volunteers receive community service awards

Three local volunteers were recognised for outstanding dedication in their chosen field at a special Rotary Club of Umina dinner meeting on Wednesday, April 13.

Each volunteer received a Community Service Award.

The club's community service director Mr Glen Scorer cited Ms Julie Aitchison for her enthusiastic efforts in gaining a heritage grant, researching and recording the first 50 years history of Umina on DVD.

Ms Robyn Carr was commended for her untiring efforts of service at most levels of leadership and organisation with Umina Surf Lifesaving Club.

Ms Kylie-Ann Scott was recognised as group leader of First Woy Woy Sea Scouts.

Ms Scott has coordinated the total refurbishment of the dilapidated Scout hall as well as growing the membership from seven to 103 active and participating young members in the past two years.


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