The Coffs Harbour City SES is on a major recruitment drive.
The Coffs Harbour City SES is on a major recruitment drive. SUBMITTED

Coffs City SES information session

IT’S a great way to help save lives and serve the community at the same time.

New recruits are now being sought to join the Coffs Harbour City SES unit, which will hold an information session on February 14 from 7pm.

“During the evening a brief presentation on the history and responsibilities of the SES and its members will be delivered,” unit controller Bill Roffey said.

“Topics will include a brief history, SES structure, core activities, support activities, volunteer pathways, rescue and operations training, code of conduct, and SES member responsibilities.”

The presentation will be held at the unit’s headquarters at 29 Park Avenue, Coffs Harbour.

Due to current building renovations, access is only available via Park Avenue Lane at the rear of the headquarters.

At the end of the presentation, interview appointments will be arranged for those interested in becoming members of the SES.

“To finish off, a sausage sizzle and the opportunity to meet and mingle with existing members of the unit, plus an inspection of rescue vehicles, boats and equipment will take place,” Mr Roffey said.

Call 6648 7171 if you want to attend.



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