Hawkesbury City Council has joined many organisations in sending messages, handwritten notes and drawings of thanks to the NSW SES, Hawkesbury SES and all units for everything they do for our community day in and day out.
“The SES were helping when torrential rain was happening in parts of the Hawkesbury, with Bowen Mountain and other areas experiencing flash flooding, some homes being inundated,” the Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councillor Sarah McMahon said.
“The NSW SES and Hawkesbury SES work all year round to protect us at our most vulnerable, especially over the last couple of years during a multitude of flood events across the state, and we thank you so much for everything you do.”
Peppercorn Services Inc. is encouraging the Hawkesbury community to say thanks to the NSW SES volunteers by writing a small heartfelt thank you note that will be sent to the local SES Units and volunteers. All contributions will be greatly appreciated.
“This is a great idea by Peppercorn Services to ask us to show our gratitude and kindness by sending them our thanks.”
Messages can be sent to the Peppercorn Services Facebook page www.facebook.com/ PeppercornServices or via email to [email protected]
Handwritten cards, notes and drawings can also be dropped off at the following locations:
• 114 March St, Richmond – Hawkesbury Leisure and Learning Centre
• 320 George St, Windsor – Peppercorn Place
• 6 Greenhills Way South, South Windsor – South Windsor Family Centre.
Please ensure all cards, notes and drawings are in by Tuesday, 9 May.