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SES Volunteer Named as a NSW Hidden Treasure

10 November 2011, 4:00PM AET

Michelle Kendall, a member of the Dubbo City Unit, has been named as a NSW Hidden Treasure.  The Hidden Treasures program is an initiative of the NSW Department of Primary Industries.
 
It is not an award, but provides a platform to pay tribute to rural women volunteers who donate their time and energy to help others.
Congratulations to Michelle on this outstanding achievement. More information on the Hidden Treasures program is in the link:http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/rwn/activities/hidden-treasures
 
 
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