Peel volunteers treated to morning tea to celebrate their contributions

Volunteers Lesley Pollard, Anne Duncan, Alan Thornton and Margaret Wyatt at the morning tea.
Volunteers Lesley Pollard, Anne Duncan, Alan Thornton and Margaret Wyatt at the morning tea.

EDCONNECT held a morning tea at Meadow Springs Country Club during National Volunteer Week.

The event was attended by volunteers from across the Peel Region, rural liaison officer Karen Barden and Alcoa community education officer Moira Oliver.

It was funded by a grant from Volunteer Australia and LotteryWest.

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