Published on 01 July 2022
The efforts of local State Emergency Service volunteers over recent months were honoured at a special reception hosted by Council earlier this week at Campbelltown Arts Centre.
Campbelltown SES volunteers worked day and night across the city and the surrounding Macarthur region to ensure the safety of the community during the recent period of extreme weather during February and March.
“Local SES volunteers went above and beyond during the recent wet weather events to keep people safe and help others protect their properties or limit damage,” Mayor George Greiss said.
“I was also very proud of the support provided by Council staff during this period and would like to thank the Rural Fire Service volunteers who also supported the SES efforts,” he said.
Each SES volunteer received a certificate of appreciation during the reception.