Thursday, June 13, 2024


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Bowen Community Centre Thanks Volunteers

The Bowen Community Centre proudly celebrated National Volunteer Week by honouring 20 of its dedicated volunteers.
This special event highlighted the vital importance of volunteers to the centre and the broader community.
During the celebration, volunteers were recognised for their selfless service and the significant impact they have on the lives of those who need it most.
Their efforts help the Centre to expand its reach and enhance the quality of services provided, from support programs to community events and educational workshops.
"We are immensely grateful for the dedication and hard work of our volunteers," said Stephanie Cora the Executive Officer of the Bowen Community Centre.
"Their contributions are invaluable, and they truly embody the spirit of community and compassion.
“Without them, our mission to support and uplift the most vulnerable members of our community would not be possible."
The event was a heartfelt tribute to the volunteers who give their time, skills, and energy to make a difference.
It also served as a reminder of the power of volunteerism and the positive change it can bring to society.
Volunteers are the backbone of the Bowen Community Centre, and their contributions enable the centre to provide a wide range of free services to their most vulnerable members.
Without the volunteers unwavering commitment and generosity, the Bowen Community Centre would not be able to function or offer the support that so many in our community rely on.

Volunteer Dee Jastremski and Executive Officer from the Bowen Community Centre Stephanie Cora
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