Results of Christmas and awards presentation.January 23, 2013 4:06am
District 12 operations officer John Smith with Hilldene fire brigade members Alex Polachek (10 year medal), Bob Potts (55 year National medal fourth clasp), Lesley Read and Linda Ferguson (10 year medals), Fred U'Ren (60 year medal) and brigade captain Chris Mazurek. Absent: Ted Ferguson and Les Blades (both 15 clasp), Rob Treble (10 year medal accepted by his daughter Emily) and Peter McQueen (5 year certificate).
Hilldene Fire Brigade held its annual Christmas and Awards presentation in November to thank and formally recognise active brigade members for their commitment and support.
Awards were presented by District 12 operations officer John Smith to Hilldene fire brigade members Alex Polachek (10 year medal), Bob Potts (55 year National medal fourth clasp), Lesley Read and Linda Ferguson (10 year medals), Fred U’Ren (60 year medal) and brigade captain Chris Mazurek.
Absent: Ted Ferguson and Les Blades (both 15 clasp), Rob Treble (10 year medal accepted by his daughter Emily) and Peter McQueen (5 year certificate).
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