Greenough volunteers recognised

Geraldton Guardian
Community Group of Greenough volunteers Pauline Anderson and Norma Martin receive certificates during the thank you lunch at the Greenough Museum and Gardens.
Camera IconCommunity Group of Greenough volunteers Pauline Anderson and Norma Martin receive certificates during the thank you lunch at the Greenough Museum and Gardens. Credit: Supplied

Volunteers from the Community Group of Greenough had their hard work recognised during a thank you lunch recently.

Twenty volunteers attended the lunch, held at Greenough Museum and Gardens on May 9 as part of National Volunteer Week, which ran from May 8-14.

Greenough Museum curator Gary Martin thanked the volunteers for their generous contribution.

“Without our wonderful volunteers, we would not be able to provide public access to the museum and a variety of exhibitions and activities we conduct,” he said.

“Volunteering gives you another way to become an active member of your community, and the research shows volunteers live happier and healthier lives.”

After lunch, attendees were treated to a session of chair yoga and were given certificates of appreciation.

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