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Thank a Volunteer Day

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The Town is so fortunate to have so many volunteers who give their skills, time and expertise willingly. This celebration is a way for us all to come together to celebrate all they do for the betterment of the community.

06 Dec 2022
2 mins read

Watch 'Thank a Volunteer Day' video here. 

 

MEDIA RELEASE

Town of Claremont has celebrated International Volunteer Day by holding Thank a Volunteer Day Celebration at the Claremont Museum recognising the hard work and dedication of those people who give their time and expertise in a voluntary capacity. 

The Town’s volunteers provide a range of services to the community from delivering books to pulling weeds and planting trees to classifying historical photographs and artefacts.

Mayor Jock Barker said, “Our volunteers play a vital role in helping our community.  We are very fortunate to have so many people who give their time and expertise tirelessly to the Town and the community.” 

“At the Claremont Community Hub & Library, 20 volunteers have contributed 490 hours of their time helping people explore their family tree, hosting foreign language conversations sessions and teaching library patrons how to use computers, tablets and mobile devices.

The flora and fauna of Claremont Lake also benefits from the enormous contribution given by the Friends of Lake Claremont in planting, weeding and preserving this beautiful space for the whole community to enjoy.”

“I am extremely proud of the services and programs the Town provides to the community and I would like to acknowledge that this would not be possible without the generosity of our volunteers.  This event is the Town’s opportunity to recognise and thank all those who make Claremont the wonderful place it is to live.”

The Town paid tribute to the Department of Communities for the Thank a Volunteer Day grant which assisted the Town to provide a function which gave the opportunity for volunteers to come together, enjoy themselves and see the fantastic work the various organisations have delivered within the last year.

 

Volunteers Appreciation Certificate Recipient Details

Claremont Community Hub and Library

Andrew Harford

Judith Cargill

Paul Hooper

Tricia Murray

Scott Banister-Jones

Sarah Cammack

Meriel Nutter

Carol Elias

Susanne Vos

Chinese Conversation Corner volunteers:

Mr Leo Liu

Ms Qing Qi

Ms Yao Hu

Ms Molly Zhang

Ms Sienna Huang

Ms Lihong Wu

 

Claremont Museum and Friends of the Museum

Brian Heller

Ethel Lucas

Pam Gardiner

Wendy Stephens

Ricki Hewitt

Greg Simpson

Helen Ryan

Colene Pullinger

Mel Fear

Rosemary Morris

Susan Pestana

And Emily Grandoni

 

Friends of Lake Claremont

Nick Cook

Heidi Hardisty

Lesley Osborne

Sue O'beirne

 

Dorothy Leeson

Dave Leeson

Naga Kasala

Anusree Kasala

Anthony Barr

Clair Brittain

Soozie Ross

David Free

And Neil Cownie

 

Shine Community Care

John McGowan

 

Claremont Nedlands Lions Club

Robert Kelly

 

Claremont Foreshore Advisory Committee

Bill MacLeod

Anne MacLeod

 

Lake Claremont Advisory Committee

Leeuwin Beeck

 

Repair Lab and Buy Nothing Claremont

Wilma van Boxtel

Michelle Symondson

Sandy Malkin

Elizabeth Borthwick

Christina Graham

And Noelle Udall

 

All Abilities Cricket

Ralph Goodman

Richard Foster

David Kyle

Callam Mitchell

Nic Langsford

Felix Japp

Hayden Henschel

And Sam Mumme

 

Bethesda Health Care

Eve Dawson

Jessie Tan

Marguerite Brown

Barbara Hugall

Joy Gadaleta

Heather Johnstone

Daele Dobson

Ronniet Orlando

Rowland Sleep

Jenny Sleep

Evelyn Heard

 

Claremont Nedlands RSL

David Thomas

 

Claremont Showgrounds Men’s Shed.

Graeme Owens

 

-ENDS-

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