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Congratulations to all winners of the Rotary NSW Emergency Services Community Awards.
From left to right: Tony Grant MP, Chris Wilkinson – NSW Ambulance, Gordon Hill – NSW Rural Fire Service, Adolf Franco – Marine Rescue NSW, Stephen Britten – Rotary 9675 District Governor (Host District), Tim Lidden – VRA Volunteer Rescue Association NSW and Overall Officer of the Year Serving in a Volunteer Capacity; Daniel Hatton – Fire and Rescue NSW and Overall Officer of the Year Serving in a Paid Capacity, His Excellency, General The Hon David Hurley, Governor of NSW, and Graham Kinder – NSW SES.

An extra (totally bias) round of applause to Gordon Hill. Those who know Gordon, also know that he wears many hats and he is dedicated to his volunteer service.

There is another, very active NSW RFS member in that group of worthy recipients. He is not representing the NSW RFS for the awards but, like Gordon, he wears many hats.

Who will be the first to point him out?

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