Coffs Coast Advocate

Guiding lights thanked for brightening lives

FOUR members of the Coffs Coast Girl Guide movement have received Boronia Awards in two recent ceremonies.

The Boronia is given for good service by a member of the local and regional area.

Rachel Hamey from Sawtell; Pam Provost from Nambucca Heads, Val Haywood of Grafton and Toni Nyssen of Coffs Harbour have been recognised for their voluntary commitment and dedication to Guiding over the years.

Rachel was recognised for her work in regional outdoor activities; Pam for her work as region training adviser; Val for her regional international adviser work and Toni for her work as a regional program adviser. Rachel, Pam and Toni are also Guide leaders.



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